The Wooden Pegs reflect the turn of seasons; as the sunshine fades and the rain begins, the pegs fall to the ground as they lose their clasp on the clothesline. As the turn of weather determines a change and clothes are no longer hung outside and raincoats are retrieved from the closet, the pegs make themselves available to be brought inside and hung as clothes hooks.
Echoing the philosophy of the Sausage, the pegs rely on a small wedge of plywood sat between the legs of the object. This section of timber deliberately swells in heavy, consistent rainfall, forcing the legs open. Once the pegs are brought inside they have the opportunity to dry out and return to their original form over winter.
The flowerpot is designed to increase in size as the plant grows. Once a seed has been planted and has begun to out grow the pot, small wooden wedges are placed into the relevant surrounding holes. As the plant is watered, the wedges swell and break the terracotta to reveal the larger pot for the plant to be re-potted. This process is then repeated for the final largest pot, resulting in three separate planters for reuse. Once again celebrating the sausage, the flowerpot relies on the swelling of timber for the product to function.