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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.
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C'Mere Hand Hook
Its cool (but doesnt hold much weight)
Anna from Calgary, AB– Verified Buyer
I purchased 4 of these hands with the hopes that I can display my beautiful and expensive handbags in my room.
Firstly, the hands don't sit flush against the wall because the area of the hand that is supposed to be against the wall is not even. Hence, it somewhat dangles.
Secondly, you have to drill 2 screws in to the wall per hand. You better get a progressional handyman who can take exact measurements of how big the holes should be and how far apart the screws should be. Or else you'll have several holes of various sizes because the screw will either be too small for the whole you just created or it'll go through the wall and the hand can't sit on it or the screws will be too far apart. Just a headache!
Thirdly, my leather Chanel bag which is not that heavy to begin with(and empty ofcourse) is barely supported. Better for maybe a light jacket or a canvas bag. I'm hanging jewelry off it now and a scarf off another one.
I'm disappointed with how much I spent on the purchase because I can't entirely use the product for what I bought it for.
If you do choose to buy one then have the back of the wrist levelled atleast so that it sits flush against the wall for more stability.
Ann from Orange County, California– Verified Buyer
Very realistic, fun, artsy touch for interiors. No assembly required.
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Lee from Chicago, IL– Verified Buyer
This is far and away one of the most unique hooks I have seen.in a long time. I purchased this and the Offer hand as a pair to mount in the entry way (for keys, hats). I was surprised and a little nervous about the weight and wound up using them as decorative accessories on the entry table! They are quite the conversation pieces.
Just the right punch I needed
lee from Salem Ma– Verified Buyer
I bought this item for my 1870 federal home foyer raspberry walls. It is placed amoung several different sized white mirrors and holds my umbrella for rainy days. Absolutely fantastic great look. I get a compliment everytime I open the door!
Artsy and Beautiful
Modern Mo from West Hollywood, CA
I purchased this in white. It is substantial, well made, very detailed and quite beautiful. After receiving it I decided to display it on my mantlepiece instead of hanging it. Guests often comment on it, pick it up and want to touch it. It adds a bit of whimsy and personality to my home. I'm very satisfied with my purchase.
Anonymous from California– Verified Buyer
Anonymous from California