Where your head is.

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29 Responses to Where your head is.

  1. Great hierarchy! Where do you think chef’s hats should be positioned?

  2. António Mendes says:

    @Designing in Surprise

    If is to show your status, it would be Self-Esteem Needs, else Physiological Needs, i guess.

  3. tiffanie says:

    ha! that is the most meaningful hierarchy of needs i’ve ever seen.

  4. bryce says:

    I guess hats for bald dudes would fit under “physiological needs”, huh?

  5. Zabulon says:

    I think you need to draw a beret right on the tip.

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  7. Leigha says:

    Wouldn’t a dunce cap be counter-productive for meeting self-esteem needs, though?

    Otherwise, I found this very clever.

  8. Stripe says:

    To paraphrase Einstein, it’s not the Hat, but what’s underneath it, that counts.

    Unbearably clever. Hats Off to you.

  9. Jennifer says:

    Well, I have a tiara and several velvet hats, so I guess we know where to peg me…

  10. NoriMori says:

    Lol! That’s excellent. Best indexed I’ve seen in a while.

  11. Scott Asai says:

    It almost seems like as we move up, we go from “needs” to “wants.”

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  13. David Ricks says:

    Awesome. I am currently wearing a doo-rag, a football helmet, a cowboy hat, and a Santa stocking cap.

  14. Harlee says:

    Where would a top hat or fedora be located?

  15. tushar says:

    this is freaking brilliant. they should have taught maslow this way in school.

  16. Dan Android says:

    Love this Indexed.

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  18. I’ve got a velvet hat. Either you love it or you hate it. My best friend thinks it disgusting. :D

  19. DavoPavo says:

    indeed, Maslow’s hierarchy of needs now makes sense. I’m sad that over half of the commenters don’t fully appreciate this particular post, and probably all of the non-commenters don’t.


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  21. Tark bunch says:

    I have several eclectic velvety fezzes. It is comforting that I am self actualizing and didn’t know it!

  22. Kendra says:

    bought 3 great hats from a leather tophat-wearing salesman during a trip to Australia – his tagline “A hat worn in confidence cannot be mocked!”

  23. Austin Stein says:

    OMG! This is AMAZING! I, my eccentric and velvety hats approve ;)

  24. berry says:

    I love hats but rarely wear them – what does that say?

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  27. caliatom says:

    Hm…where would winter hats fit on this? I mean, I suppose whether they’d be physiological or safety hats depends on where you live and just how cold it is outside…