Pianos come in different shapes and sizes. You know the usual suspects: the grand, the upright, the baby grand, et cetera. But what if I told you that there are pianos that do not fit neatly into boxes? Pianos that break the mold, defying conventional piano wisdom. Let us call them, for lack of a better word, pianomalies.

Pianomalies are piano anomalies in that they do not align with commonly held notions of what constitutes a piano, yet they identify strongly as piano.

Below, we invite you to take a look at a proud selection of pianomalies, each with its own unique traits and snowflake personality. Each every bit as piano as the next. We do not ask you to adopt their views, but it is our hope that you will adopt them. If nothing else, out of pity. Same way you might adopt that cross-eyed pug at the shelter.

Let us spread that piano love, aye?
No elephants were poached for ivory in the making of these pianos.