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An Ashtray That Kicks Butt December 20, 2007

Posted by goodmind in Attribute Dependency.
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There are already plenty of incentives to quit smoking, but The Lung Ashtray from Finding Cheska is a refreshing illustration of both smoking’s ill effects, and Attribute Dependency.

“[The] design group’s take on the smoke disposal vessel is a clever and direct correlation of what we do to our real lungs when we inhale those nasty cancer sticks. And a clean Lung Ashtray signifies the path to respiratory health, unless, of course, you’ve decided to just use one of your other motivational ashtrays.” (via Core 77)

If you’ve tried the patch, the gum, and even cold turkey with no success, try a motivational ashtray.  Repurposing an accessory to the habit  can help you quit, because showing is inevitably more effective than telling.  We’re looking at you, Mr. Surgeon General…

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