Wood cutlery might not be dishwasher safe but the warmth and refined aesthetic are worth the hand wash! Read more at Yanko Design

Wood cutlery might not be dishwasher safe but the warmth and refined aesthetic are worth the hand wash! Read more at Yanko Design

Cutlery designed by Patrick Jouin. Yes please.

Zermatt Stainless Steel Dinnerware

Google Image Result for http://www.theimagist.com/files/images/dzn_Cutlery-by-Lukas-Peet-2.jpg

Google Image Result for http://www.theimagist.com/files/images/dzn_Cutlery-by-Lukas-Peet-2.jpg

Cutlery design – clever and funny at the same time. #cutlery #knife #clever

11 Coolest Cutlery Set Designs

Cutlery design – clever and funny at the same time. #cutlery #knife #clever

Silverware Flatware Cutlery designed by John Pawson for When Objects Work _

Silverware Flatware Cutlery designed by John Pawson for When Objects Work _

Vegetable cutlery designs that look real enough to eat // environmentally-friendly, but still disposable... but almost too pretty to throw away really! #productdesign

Vegetable Silverware Designs That Look Real Enough to Eat

Vegetable cutlery designs that look real enough to eat // environmentally-friendly, but still disposable... but almost too pretty to throw away really! #productdesign

hoyss:  Design for the ‘copper and the home 2012’ contest. Recycled copper and cement. Designed by Albert Marin & Roser Quer. (via the a...

hoyss: Design for the ‘copper and the home 2012’ contest. Recycled copper and cement. Designed by Albert Marin & Roser Quer. (via the a...

thedsgnblog:  Anna Makowska   |   http://behance.net/makowska “Disposable cutlery was made out of a simple yet effective plastic design for a liquid and solid meal. It is highlights are its simple shapes and cost efficiency ,while retaining its attractiveness for the consumer.” Graphic and product designer based in Wroclaw, Poland. Focused on graphic design, branding and packaging. the design blog:  facebook | twitter | pinterest | donations

thedsgnblog: Anna Makowska | http://behance.net/makowska “Disposable cutlery was made out of a simple yet effective plastic design for a liquid and solid meal. It is highlights are its simple shapes and cost efficiency ,while retaining its attractiveness for the consumer.” Graphic and product designer based in Wroclaw, Poland. Focused on graphic design, branding and packaging. the design blog: facebook | twitter | pinterest | donations

Configurable Cutlery Designs - The Kafolda Spoon Takes its Shape When Bent Along its Metal Excisions (GALLERY)

Configurable Cutlery Designs

Configurable Cutlery Designs - The Kafolda Spoon Takes its Shape When Bent Along its Metal Excisions (GALLERY)

Pinterest
Search