Sorapot is a unique, modern teapot. Its architectural shape and simple functionality bring tea’s quiet beauty into sharp focus. in either brushed or mirror polished finish — to house a Pyrex tube, letting you watch as the tea leaves unfurl, changing hot water into tasty tea. Read More…
Kushu From design Fetish has recently launched her blog and introduce these beautiful pieces of art representing miniature food. Designed for dollhouses or to wear as jewelery, these “Petit Plats” are all handmade and customizable.
“Scratch my Back” has been designed by Belgian designers: Arnaud de Vicq, Bram de Baere, Luc Heylen, Ruud Belmans and Thomas Anden Abeele.
“Scratch my back” is a cute and stylised interpretation of the classic cheese grate, combined with a new approach – the four feet creating a stable stance – that allows for a simpler use. No more carrot grating all over the place, just on your plate.”
Undercover brings a new and unique lamp concept, design GILApple Lamp that borrows its entire shape from an apple.
GILApple Lamp made in three colors: red, black and white, and the creators claim that very soon strange lights appear on the shelves. At least the foreign ones, well, online stores, no doubt, too. On the value “apple light” yet nothing is known.
Designer Pablo Matteoda from Argentina has come up with the coolest tea infuser. Simply fill the Sharky Tea Infuser with loose leaf tea, and let it float around a cup of hot water. During the waiting process, you can see the colour of your tea create a beautiful effect.
“Tulip” wine glass by James Nash is pretty simple, and therein lies the genius. The wine, currently M&S, Mark and Spenser stores, comes in a single-serving plastic wine glass with a removable top similar to what one would find on the top of a yoghurt container. It’s peeled off and the fresh wine is consumed.
Tulip looks like it’s available in red, white, and murky orange flavors. You can currently only get it in the UK and Europe, with promises of US distribution “in the near future.”
Are you a tea lover? I am! And the idea of Yuree S. Lim and Jieun Yang totally got me.
You simply have to remove your tea bag from your cup, and put it on one of the coasters. It allows the remaining tea to soak into the Teabag Coasters and the drawing will be formed.
U-grow designed by Tom Gould is a self-sustaining, indoor Aeroponic growing system based on nutrientreclamation from organic kitchen waste. Perfect for people with limited or no garden space, who want to recycle waste and grow their own produce.
The duo Federica Castagno and Sara Petrucci of Acquacalda have presented their new collection called “Applied Physics,” a range of kitchen gadgets based on the laws of physics.
The collection also includes a self-hydrating plant pot, a glass with a measuring reservoir, a bowl for weighing dry food in water and a vase that indicates the water level inside through its handle.
“One For All, All For One,” fill four glasses simultaneously.
Another work with the same candies is Yaya Chou’s Gummy Bear Series: luxury commodities shapes made of embellished snacks.
Cocoon by Måns Salomonsen is combined decoration, storage and cultivation for the kitchen window. This would be a great item if you’d like to grow your own spices but have little room in your kitchen to work with. Cocoon is made of clay and is designed to absorb water for the plants which in turn chills the storage section at the same time.
“Don’t play with your food!”
Luckily, this young Chinese woman, who arrived in Paris in 2000, didn’t listen to her mother’s advice when she was little. From the luxurious and refined aesthetic of French haute cuisine to the bright, modern colours of contemporary junkfood, Xi has always felt that it was a shame to leave such beauty on her plate. So in 2009 she created MIAM, a tiny workshop in the heart of Paris where her little delectable creations are predominantly made by hand from a polymer base. Bringing new meaning to the term “eye candy”.
Designer Soon Mo Kang reinvents the packaging of tea around mini clothes. The tea bags are shaped like T-shirts with a hanger that hangs on the tea cup. Each tea type is highlighted in a different color for ease of tracking.
Now you can make your own frozen pop treats using Williams-Sonoma’s Zoku Quick Pop Maker. The nonstick cast-aluminum molds use an internal space-age solution that gives you ready-to-eat popsicles in about 7 minutes with no electricity required. A specially designed tool helps to quickly release the frozen treats from their molds.
Philippe Conticini has opened his new shop rue du Bac in the chic 7th arrondissement in Paris. Everything is cleverly colour coordinated – from the paint on the wall, to the employee uniforms, and to the packaging. This all contributes to its “special experience” feeling.The cakes are magical, and under Every single glass domes are delicious piece of art.
Ultra-modern, stylish, and audacious design concept – “Chupa Chups 18+”
FIRMA a Russian company is presenting their new Chupa Chups 18+ Lollipop concept, a new interpretation of the popular lollipop for adult boys and girls with all new funky, audacious and intimate design.
A sneaky seagull has turned shoplifter by wandering into a store and helping himself to his favourite crisps.
The fearless bird lies in wait every day and pounces at a corner shop in Aberdeen when the door opens.
He sneaks in, grabs his spicy Doritos, then flies off with them in his beak and shares them with other birds.