Sinking fund gives hope for the future

titanic-bankThe mighty Titanic, originally an object of grandeur, has long been associated with failures and disasters of a large magnitude. This connotation along with the function of the Titanic Bank is a paradox of sorts, featuring a coin box that is shaped after that of the sinking Titanic for you to store some dough when everything around you starts to sink downwards in a free-wheeling spiral. Made from bronze and designed by Scott Nelles, the entire Titanic Bank is made from bronze and finished with a subtle patina, bringing a chilling and cold conclusion look to aspiring savers.

At $110, these definitely aren't cheap to begin with. Each Titanic Bank measures 9.5" in length and 6.5" in height, offering more than enough cargo space to store hundreds of dollars in loose change and notes. In fact, you could probably store enough to purchase an extravagant impulse buy such as a PS3 or an Xbox 360 Elite with some change left over.

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1 comment

  1. Kat 30 April, 2007 at 12:36

    1500 people died in that accident.

    In 100 years, are we going to have banks depicting the WTC buildings collapsing?


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