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David Suhami’s Pocket Knife Transforms Tools into Jungle Safari Creatures
Posted By Helen Morgan On May 17, 2012 @ 12:40 pm In Green Products | No Comments
The original swiss army knife  is an essential tool for many of us, and now David Suhami has created a revamped version of the ubiquitous pocket-gadget with a unique and amusing twist. Each element of Suhami’s version the multi-tool comprises a different part of a jungle animal! Contained within the cool gadget  lies silhouettes in the form of a Rhino, Giraffe, or an Antelope, making the knife its very own miniature jungle safari.
Surprisingly the design can create up to 81 different combinations of animals , each one a creature-shaped tool with a functional purpose. Suhami, a student at the Industrial Design at Shenkar College of Engineering & Design in Tel Aviv, has retained an element of traditional craft by making the pocket tool from simple Stainless Steel and fine Tabebuia wood .
Via Sinbaddesign 
Images courtesy of David Suhami
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URLs in this post:
 swiss army knife: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiss_Army_knife
 gadget: http://inhabitat.com/tag/green-gadgets/
 animals: http://inhabitat.com/heart-of-africa-biodome-to-bring-tropical-rainforest-to-the-uk/
 Tabebuia wood: http://inhabitat.com/beautiful-brazilian-beach-house-made-from-sustainable-wood-stone-and-recycled-tetra-pak-cartons/
 Sinbaddesign: http://www.sinbadesign.com/product-design/swiss-animal-pocket-knife/
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