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Hula / bathroom goods

Hula
Hula

There is the inconvenience of having to separately carry toothbrush and toothpaste when brushing teeth away from home such as at work or while traveling. We often face a difficult situation of having brought just a toothbrush but not toothpaste or vice versa.
"HULA" is it includes a shape for storing toothpaste inside the net structure at the bottom of the toothbrush borrowed from the shape of skirt used in hula dance. Slightly open the net structure to insert the toothpaste and pulling it out from the net structure to use the toothpaste. The motif of the form was based on the form of skirt for hula dance.

University

sadi

sadi
seoul, South Korea

Design

sadi

sadi
seoul, South Korea

Hyun-june. Yang, Jae-in. Baeck, Sol-mi. Kim