Secret Stash: Everyday Objects With Hiding Spaces

Secret Stash: Everyday Objects With Hiding Spaces

Designer uses common objects to create a visual camouflage.

Naresh Kumar
  • 30 june 2010

Design student Yi-Ting Cheng’s “Secret Stash” is a series of objects modified to create hiding spaces within them. Cheng reasons that we all have a need to conceal things from others, and the best places to hide them are common objects modified to create large blind spots. The objects chosen for this project were general items such as books, lamps, wood boards and coffee cups.

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