Limited Edition Coinboxes

Some Limited Edition Coinboxes, Designed by Onur Müstak Çobanli: His Inspiration and Ideas

Triti is an organic coin box with a happy presence and decorative functionality, the design was inspired by spiral Christmas candies and triangles. A piggy box like no other!. It is casted from ceramics, cooked twice in 1200 degrees. Plastic version is possible by injection molding.This is indeed a particular money box, the shape feels like an urn and the top part can be opened so no need to break it! The Olympic torches and the Gorki family were the inspiration. Initially designed to be realized in ceramics, the Kumbara could also be made by plastics by injection molding.There is a Turkish phrase "Damlaya Damlaya Göl Olur" which means that, drop by drop a lake will be created; it's like "many a little makes a mickle" in English. The designer was moved with this saying and come up with the "Rain Drop" shaped design for this particular Money Box. Damlaya is realized in ceramics with double cooking in 1200 degrees, a plastic version would be definitely possible.You may know that the Cayman Islands have some kind of reputation to take money out of a country. Cay is Tea in Turkish, and Cayman somehow means Tea-Server, plus there is some concept called "Kitchen Money". This teapot piggy bank is produced in ceramics casting and cooked twice in 1200 degrees.This extremely cute little whale is more than happy to hold all of your coins in the cutest way possible! Too bad you have to break it to get your coins!. Realized in casting of ceramics or injection molding. Alternatively a lock could be made at the bottom so that you do not need to break the cute little whale!NLP: Neuro-linguistic programming. What is NLP? Is it positive thinking? or is it thinking of future? For sure it is not "thinking money all the day", so perhaps it is a piggy bank, indeed. How to Produce: Realized by ceramics, sides in platinum plated and top pure white.The Ghost Little is a simplification of cartoon ghosts in three dimensions and came up with this designs. Looks like a cute animal when positioned horizontally. Can be produced in ceramics or plastic.This is a gigantic battery. The basic idea came from the saying that "money is power", the top part could be opened so that you do not need to break the object! The object is produced in ceramics, however an injection molded version is possible with plastics.This little frog has kind of an expression that is awaiting the coins to feed his stomach, the piggy bank is very cute and lovely.Anoher version of the frog. Disclaimer: Please do not kiss the frogs, they will not turn into princes! Realized in high temperature ceramics..The tooth piggy bank is a unique coin box with the ornamental shape of a cute tooth! Realized in 1200 degree ceramics, or in injection molding of plastics.The inspiration for Hap Yap Kap is based on several Turkish idioms. "Hap Yap Para Kap" literally means "Make a Pill, Earn Money", in addition, "Para Her Derde Deva Değil" means that money is not the universal cure for all the diseases. "Kötü Gün Parası" means the money you save in case something terrible happens. Realized in ceramic. A plastic version is also possible.The Golden Bullion piggy bank promises to be the most precious treasure of childhood dreams, the design could also be used as decoration.. The object is realized in hight temperature 1200 degree ceramics. Cooked twice; first for durability, second for the gold plating.Exerpt:Triti is an organic coin box with a happy presence and decorative functionality, the design was inspired by spiral Christmas candies and triangles. A piggy box like no other!. It is casted from ceramics, cooked twice in 1200 degrees. Plastic version is possible by injection molding.This is indeed a particular money box, the shape feels like an urn and the top part can be opened so no need to break it! The Olympic torches and the Gorki family were the inspiration. Initially designed to ..

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