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Cool

Wrenchware Utensil Set

A cutlery collection of knife, fork and spoon, complete with tools at their ends. You wouldn’t really be using them as tools, but the look of handy utensils at the base looks pleasing. Costs $24.98.

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Cool

Halved Dinnerware Sends You Straight on a Diet

A lot of us imagine going on a diet, and then about as quickly give it up. We would guess any help would be welcome to make the dieting less excruciating, even if it is something as simple as reducing the cutlery size by half. The logic behind that idea is pretty simple, cut the dinnerware in half and the food intake automatically goes down. Well, as long as you don’t go for seconds, or thirds, or well, more.

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Design

Sensorial Stimuli Cutlery

Designed by Jinhyun Jeon, the Sensorial Stimuli cutlery intends to make things taste and feel better, by giving them a form and shape that would look more appealing. It is a departure from conventional tableware, and intends to “stretch the borders of what tableware can do.”

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Art Featured

Lovely Objects Styled Using Cutlery

Plates, forks, knives and bowls are the only ammunitions artist Jean-Francois De Witte needs to create these lovely and amazingly cute objects. Witte crafted people, flowers, fish and animal shapes using cutlery and gave them a very fine and attractive appearance. Check ‘em out, they’re so totally awesome.

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Cool

DumbBell Cutlery Adds a Workout To Mealtime

Gluttony is possibly the most dangerous sin of our race, as we turn overweight and realize that we can’t stop shoving food into the mouth. But we could find little solace, or at least fool ourselves into believing that something like the DumbBell cutlery could actually work. The dumbbell shaped cutlery has 1 kg knives and 2 kgs heavy dessert spoon, to give us a nice workout while we chow on the food, and probably help digest it.

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Cool

Who Gives a Sh*t About Table Manners and Cutlery

Sometimes neanderthals will pop out, and demand for dinner. Those are not the times for bringing out the fine china and silverware. But then you can’t deny that person the goodness of a fine meal either. That would be a perfect setting for bringing out Martina Carpelan’s range of utensils. Titled “For Men with Hammers But No Manners” the set makes utensils take shape of common tools, apparently we men are better with those than with a spoon and fork.

Via B/D

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Art Cool

Of forks and spoons and fertilized eggs

Apparently without much of a desire to make food palpable, Miriam Liébana made plates, spoons and forks in the image of sperms racing to an egg. The plate has been made to look like an egg waiting to be fertilized, while the spoons and forks have been created like sperms in a race to reach the egg. The work seeks to combine two basic survival needs of humans; to eat and to procreate.

Via Ixiqi, IT

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Design

Concept creates cutlery inspired by weapons

A real master never lets go of his weapons, but that creates a big problem when it comes to table etiquette. Ergo, the masters flock to the design by Jeff Pinard, cutlery that gets its inspiration from the Japanese katana. The renderings have been created in Solidworks.

Via YankoDesign

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Timepieces

Kitchen cutlery clock


Kitchen cutlery clock makes obvious references to its name in its looks. It uses an alternate arrangement of forks and spoons to be present where numbers would usually go. The clock would be a lot more useful if the forks and spoons could actually be put to use. Costs $30.

Via: UberReview

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Random

Bread spoons are the tasty utensils to go along your food


Bread Spoons from designer Siren Elise Wilhelmsen play the concept of spoon, making the cutlery itself edible. They do look really interesting, and I can already think of a long list of food items this cutlery will go exceptionally well with.

Via: Inhabitat