Brushanger is a redesign of a coat hanger-cum-clothes brush from the 1930s. The arms of the hanger fold up to form a substantial handle to hold while brushing a jacket, and allow the product to be stowed easily in luggage.
The brushanger was designed by English designer Tim Parsons, and is manufactured by the Berlin Institute for the Blind, a social workshop that has been making brush and wicker products for over 100 years.
L 13" H 3" W 3"
L 32cm H 7cm W 7.5cm