Honest opinions about how to buy Appliances and Lighting.

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Andy Warhol Hoods?

The Eco-Green post probably wasn't enough for the typical Yale blogger, so how about some interesting vents.

A Campbell's' soup can as a vent...Not sure the reason of why this constitutes art, but it is a fun piece.

Tomato Soup

Knives are less of a stretch, but again art seems to be in the eyes of the beholder.



  1. Anonymous10:21 PM

    I hope you didn't order more than one of these! I see a drastic reduction/floor model sale in the future....

  2. Thats funny....I bought them on consignment....Not completely daft

  3. Anonymous8:33 AM

    i find it odd that you would have something on display in your showroom that you are not proud of. I like them, they are fresh and creative, but i am guessing my taste are not yours steve.

  4. I was referencing why a soup can can be deemed art. There are actually many items in the store that I really do not like...But I cannot micromanage display.

    Consumers want to see variety even if it is an affirmation of their own style

  5. Anonymous10:00 PM

    WOW, I am dumbfounded, i know the company that made these hoods and i am sure if they are in your showroom you must have paid for them, I sell more La Cornue than anyone else in this country and Metallo Arts wouldn't just give me a display.

    The crazy thing to me is out of all of the items in my showroom i am most proud of the cutting edge things that Chris Plummer designed for me years ago before he started Metallo Arts, the man has an amazing track record in the art world and with product design.


  6. Not sure what to say.....The hoods really are interesting