Areaware "Bank In The Form of a Pig" by Harry Allen. Harry Allen's Piggy Bank is an Areaware classic, cast from an actual pig that died of natural causes. Included in the permanent collection of The Museum of Modern Art, New York, this large piggy bank is a modern take on the classic and holds up to $10,000 in dollar bills.
Made from resin and marble with cork stopper.
Dimensions: 10 x 5.25 x 18 inches
Born in New Jersey in 1964, Harry Allen received a Master’s Degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute. In 1993, he established Harry Allen Design and since then, he has designed furniture, lighting, products and interiors for a wide variety of international clients. Harry’s work is in the permanent collection of The Museum of Modern Art and the Brooklyn, Denver and Philadelphia Museums of Art. His awards include the Brooklyn Museum of Art’s Modernism/Young Designer Award and two Industrial Design Society of America IDEA Awards. Harry’s interest in art and innovation has led to some of the most intelligent products and interiors in the world today.