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What's fun about doing the laundry? Not much. But it doesn't have to be a backbreaking chore, either. That's what Rick Hagee realized as he gave shape to Opus, a portable hamper that eases the tasks of holding, carrying and loading laundry.
"Laundry is not a quick thing," says Hagee. "You're doing it all day, up and down stairs. I've always had to do my own laundry, so I know it all too well."
Hagee, a senior at Columbus College of Art & Design in Columbus, Ohio, considered that people of every age need to store and cart their dirty clothes, and developed Opus with benefits for all.
This morphing hamper can sit flat on the floor, fold for one-hand carrying, or hang open-mouthed on a closet rail — which makes it great for shooting hoops with some rolled-up socks.