Designer Hilary Nagler of Santa Barbara turned a bicycle’s handlebar fashioned into a coat hook. She calls her art “bicycle taxidermy.” The handlebars are ebonized to a rusty patina, and mounted on wood.
Designer Hilary Nagler of Santa Barbara turned a bicycle’s handlebar fashioned into a coat hook. She calls her art “bicycle taxidermy.” The handlebars are ebonized to a rusty patina, and mounted on wood. Robert Redfield Flea Market Rx
Designer Hilary Nagler of Santa Barbara turned a bicycle’s handlebar fashioned into a coat hook. She calls her art “bicycle taxidermy.” The handlebars are ebonized to a rusty patina, and mounted on wood. Robert Redfield Flea Market Rx

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January 16, 2015 4:00 PM

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