About the Designer Harry Allen Harry Allen is an award-winning interior and industrial designer. As an interior designer, Mr. Allen achieved prominence in 1994 for his design of Moss, a design gallery in New York City. A more recent design for Hushush, a Japanese clothing retailer, has expanded to a chain of more than 100 stores. He has also designed a number of successful retail interiors including the Union Street Wear Store in Los Angeles, Supreme Skateboard apparel stores in the U.S. and Japan, and the Dragonfly Selects jewelry store in Taiwan. As a product designer, he has worked for an impressive group of clients, including Warner Brothers, Umbra, Magis, Aveda, Ikea, Steuben, Corian, Origins, MAC, Johnson and Johnson, La Mer, Target and Areaware. Mr. Allen has received numerous awards, and his work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and the Denver Museum of Art. His interest in art, new materials, a systematic design process, and innovation have lead to some of the most intelligent products and interiors in the world today. The Bank in Form of Pig is a deadpan take on the traditional piggy bank, cast in resin from a piglet that died of natural causes. Enlivening your surroundings while stashing your spare change, the Bank in Form of Pig is surely a piggy bank for adults, able to hold over $10,000 in bills. A cork stopper on the pig's belly ensures you won't have to smash this bank to access your savings.
- Material: Resin with optional chrome or gold plate
- Cork stopper
- Holds over $10,000 in bills
- Excellent as piggy bank or a decorative object