wobble bottle opener charcoal

Designer:  Adin Mumma, Alan Wisniewski

$10.00

DESIGN: Alan Wisniewski/Adin Mumma
Wobble packs a lot of game. Its cast metal base makes it stand and balance on any surface, adding cool points to your bar while letting you serve your beverages playfully.
1 1/2 x 1 1/2 x 3 1/2 in. (3 3/4 x 3 3/4 x 9 cm)

DESIGN: Alan Wisniewski/Adin Mumma
Wobble packs a lot of game. Its cast metal base makes it stand and balance on any surface, adding cool points to your bar while letting you serve your beverages playfully.
1 1/2 x 1 1/2 x 3 1/2 in. (3 3/4 x 3 3/4 x 9 cm)

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DESIGN: Alan Wisniewski/Adin Mumma
Wobble packs a lot of game. Its cast metal base makes it stand and balance on any surface, adding cool points to your bar while letting you serve your beverages playfully.
1 1/2 x 1 1/2 x 3 1/2 in. (3 3/4 x 3 3/4 x 9 cm)
Adin Mumma

Adin Mumma was born in the United States in 1981 and spent the early part of his life growing up in Taiwan. As the son of a shoemaker, he spent much time in footwear...

Adin Mumma was born in the United States in 1981 and spent the early part of his life growing up in Taiwan. As the son of a shoemaker, he spent much time in footwear factories and at the age of 17 designed and assembled his first shoe. In 2005 Adin received a Bachelors of Science in Industrial Design from the University of Arts in Philadelphia where he was awarded the Mary Louise Beitzel and Florence Whistler Fish Award for student excellence. He has also studied at the Istituto Europeo Di Design program in Milan. In 2004, his collaboration on a chair design won the Future Furniture Competition from Interior Design magazine in New York. Since graduation, Adin joined Umbra, first in Canada and then in China as an industrial designer and overseas coordinator. He continues to contribute designs and has received awards from both ID magazine and HOW's magazine. Adin's work has been expressed as being whimsical and minimalistic while still upholding a utilitarian approach. Subtle details are often magnified and celebrated that otherwise would be unnoticed. Adin is often inspired by everyday objects unrelated to design. Also inspired by Asian and Western perceptions of nature and surrounding objects, Adin says the absence of design allows for freedom of interpretation.

Alan Wisniewski

Alan has always had an interest in art and design. Growing up, he wanted to become an architect, before one of his high school teachers turned him onto industrial...

Alan has always had an interest in art and design. Growing up, he wanted to become an architect, before one of his high school teachers turned him onto industrial design. He went on to graduate from the Industrial Design program at Humber College, where he stumbled across Umbra after discovering the Bungee wallet. Alan is inspired by his everyday surroundings and favours designs that blend clean lines and function. He takes pride in each product he designs, and feels the city of Toronto is the perfect forum for fresh and exciting ideas.

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