I thought a fly printed on the urinals was intersting and uniquely useful… Is this opposing or more attractive to the user?

Extract from Tasarım

Gingerbread Spoon

January 5, 2009


A teaspoon made of gingerbread dough. Stir and munch… no washing needed…

Extract from Matilda Sunden Ringner


Flora Silicone Spoon and Spatula Set are covered entirely in pure solid silicone with a stainless steel skeleteon inside. Not only are they simple to clean, they are also organically shaped like plant leaves. A planter would make a cool holder for these kitchen utensils.

Extract from The Green Head

Spuntino Birdhouse

May 27, 2008

 
Spuntino is a minimalist birdhouse composing of two steel sheets, one plastic piece and a spoon…

Extract from dino salvatico

Yogurt Spoon

May 4, 2008


Yogurt spoon to get every last bite out of the corners… why didn’t somebody design this long ago?

Extract from Nojae Park

Spoon and Glove Art

April 12, 2008



MAD (Museum of Arts and design) has some really crazy or innovative displays.  Jill Townsley’s piece “Spoons” looks incredible, constructed from over 9,000 plastic spoons and over 3,000 rubber bands and Susi Macmurry’s “A Mixture of Frailties” and is actually made from latex wash gloves, calico and tailor’s dummy.

Extract from Design*Sponge

Magic Teaspoon

January 2, 2008


As soon as this spoon is dipped into hot liquid, the spoon bends through 90 degrees.
The liquid does not need to be boiling, it will also bend if placed under the hot tap.

Part of the handle is made of Nitinol or Shape Memory Metal, which remembers a shape that has been previously set into it. Just cool it under the cold tap to straighten it again. The spoon can be used many times, as Nitinol is a very flexible metal.

Extract from Grand Illusions

Adjustable Measuring Spoon

December 3, 2007


Lets say it together now… “why didn’t I think of that”. A rubber wall creating a seal that’s ideal for both liquid and dry measures. Soft ridges for a sure grip. Small spoon adjusts from 1/8 to 1 teaspoon; large from 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon.

Extract from Pampered Chef

Baby Spoon Plane

April 7, 2007

No need for any more aeroplane noises and trying to get the kids to eat once you have attached this plane to your cutlery! You can create an instant transformation with this Baby Plane and fool the children into eating up.

Actually, it never occur to me that you can make your own unique paper plane and attach to the spoon so your child gets a different plane (of any other professional object that your child is excited with) everyday rather than buying a spoon that looks like a plane.

Extract from drinkstuff.com