Curated turns us onto this:
““Atlanta-based designer Nadia Anochie’s take on the wine rack draws inspiration from curling paint falling of a wall. It’s an interesting creative spin, an image of decay forming the basis for an object that houses collections that require, to a degree, some semblance of stability. That’s not really why it works, it is the texture created and balance of the curves in the rack and roundness of the bottles that give Anochie’s prototype legs.””
See more over at Curated.