Original owner of image: Arthur Analts
Date of original image: January 13, 2011
Ladder type: Led Zeppelin ladder, Aluminium Ladder, Aluminium Loft Ladder
Used for: While using usual ladders, there are difficulties to putting them in the room corners, because there is a high possibility of them falling down. However, The Led Zeppelin ladder can be placed in 3 different positions in the room. It could be leaned straight against the wall, placed at a 45 degrees angle against the room corner or a 25 degrees angle against the corner And the point was that the ladder wouldn’t fall down. The special cuts at the end of the ladder rungs are made to hang cloth or put instruments on, so it solves ceaseless up-and-down climbing for some instrument or item.
How many different web pages is this ladder image on: 46,000+
Where is it: London, UK
Story behind it: Arthur Analts loved his rock music. If fact he loved one band more than any others. That band was of course Led Zeppelin. And one day he decided that the world of ladders lacked some big name endorsements. So he took one of their more famous songs “stairway to heaven” and used the music to develop a aluminium ladder that was inspired by the song and the ladder’s jagged contours are lifted directly from the band’s logo. Did it work? Not with the £2,000 price tag that was placed on it. Also despite the rubber feet on the ladder it was mostly passed as unsafe and while a few do indeed exist no more will ever see the light of day. If you do want something like it, then maybe just wait a few years then us here are Ladders-Online are sure that a Lady Gaga inspired Ladder will come out.
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