An unusual form in a Kaywoodie Pipe

Kaywoodie Pipe stuffed with McClelland’s “British Woods” tobacco mixture, being smoked at NYC Fine Cigar, New York, NY / Leica D-Lux 4

This pipe is not at all about quality. It is, however, of a very unique design. The bowl is a very flat oval form, as if it was being pulled apart. The same impression one gets from the outer line. This form makes it also a bit difficult to hold the pipe in the hand and the flatness of the bowl gives room to a very small amount of tobacco.

Looking at it and looking at pictures I have taken of myself smoking it, reminds me repeatedly of caricatures where certain details are accentuated through exaggeration.