At Inhabitat, we’re big fans of educational toys that masquerade as cute animals, and the piggy bank is one of the best examples of learning disguised as fun trick if we’ve ever seen one. But there is something about smashing a porcelain piggy bank to bits to get the money out that leaves us with a bad taste in our mouth, and we’re guessing designer Kiri Martin felt the same. That’s why we’re loving Bergdorf, Martin’s clever version of the piggy bank made of paper pulp, which can be ripped apart guiltlessly when enough money has been accumulated and then simply recycled.