pi bottle openerby Brian Johnson $30.00
- the story
This mathematical bottle opener is sure to become an operational constant when you're seeking liquid inspiration. It's the brilliant creation of Brian Johnson, a designer and engineer who bridges the worlds of creativity and precision craftsmanship. The hefty steel form is calculated for optimum leverage, solving stubborn bottle tops with near-infinite ease. When not in use, it becomes a smart, sculptural accent or paperweight. For mathematicians, teachers and other brilliant minds, using anything else would simply be irrational. Made in the USA.
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- 4.75" L x 5" W x 0.5" H
- Steel will develop varying patina over time, giving your piece a rustic look and unique character.
Care: Clean with a dry cloth as needed to avoid long-term exposure to liquids.
- the maker
By day, Brian Johnson designs high-performance composite products for the medical and military industries. By night, his passion for creating modern, functional home goods takes over. He enjoys working with simple, sustainable materials in striking ways and applying novel approaches to everyday objects.
In the spring of 2009, Brian's Boston-based design shop theUncommonGreen was born with the goal of bringing unique new products to consumers in a responsible way. With eco-friendly manufacturing in mind, theUncommonGreen makes every effort to source materials and services locally through other small businesses in the United States while selecting recyclable and repurposed materials whenever possible.
Another part of the company's mission is to give back. By supporting worthy causes like humanitarian aid organizations, community-building organizations, and animal shelters, theUncommonGreen seeks to contribute to the betterment of society through extraordinary design. collection
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