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What the hell is that?

Our range is growing constantly. However, some products will have you guessing what it is that you’re looking at. Today's example: a colourful bust.

Don’t worry, it’s not what it looks like: We didn’t sneak into the large hall in Zurich’s main station one night and cut off a piece of Niki de Saint Phalle’s guardian angel. The corpulent woman with wings is still hovering high above the heads of travellers. This isn’t a stolen souvenir from Bruno Weber’s sculpture garden in Dietikon either. What we know is that it’s a piece of art. Why? In an earlier episode of «What the hell is that?», we established that everything that can’t be categorised is considered art nowadays.

And again, this theory proves true. This thing really is an art project. Galaxus now allows you to have your own pregnant belly cast made. It takes about an hour and takes place in Zug, Switzerland. «The cast is made with plaster bandages from the medical sector and is therefore absolutely harmless to health. What's key is that the belly is moisturised well before the bandages are applied to the body.» No comment. I would have preferred a catchier slogan. How about: «Kinder Surprise – without chocolate and without surprise.»

  • Pregnant belly cast (1h, Zug)
  • Pregnant belly cast (1h, Zug)
  • Pregnant belly cast (1h, Zug)
CHF 70.–
Pregnant belly cast (1h, Zug)
Have your own plaster cast made for the birth of your child or surprise an expectant mum with this gift. It takes about 20 minutes from applying the bandages to removing the cast. This piece of art may include your belly as well as your breasts and the hands of you, your partner or the baby's siblings. This is a long-lasting memory of your pregnancy.

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From climbing ropes to red wine to hammer drills – we’ve got just about everything. In line with this, we’ve been browsing our range for unusual products that prompt a: What the hell is that? Follow me and you’ll never miss any of my articles. Find something in our range that's downright weird? Let us know by commenting below this page.

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Raphael Knecht, Zurich

  • Teamleader Heimdall
When I'm not stuffing my face with sweets, you'll catch me running around in the gym hall. I’m a passionate floorball player and coach. On rainy days, I tinker with my homebuilt PCs, robots or other gadgets. Music was my first love, cooking is my second: I’m a real foodie and love trying out new recipes. I also enjoy travelling to exotic places, tackling hilly terrain on my road bike and criss-crossing the country on my cross-country skis.

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