Honey I’m Home Design

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Malorie Pangilinan and Luz Cabrera have imagined this beehive to put away your keys in little hexagonal alveolus, once you got home. “Honey, I’m Home!” is an iconic phrase in the 50′s that we found on American Dream’s images and it creates a pun with the bees and the honey.
Honey I’m Home

Honey I’m Home

Honey I’m Home

Honey I’m Home

Honey I’m Home

Honey I’m Home

Honey I’m Home

Honey I’m Home

Honey I’m Home

Honey I’m Home

Honey I’m Home

Honey I’m Home

Tags: design bee Malorie Pangilinan honey pun home hexagonal keychain beehive key Luz Cabrera stylish stuff
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