Cutlery In My Pocket

Credit Card Cutlery

This neatly designed Credit Card Cutlery by designer Devon Briggs brings a beautiful solution to those situations in life when we forgot to pack a fork for a salad in the park. It conveniently fits into a wallet and is suitable for almost any setting- aboard an airplane, at a food festival, or just at the occasional picnic. It has great marketing and advertising potential as well, because unlike regular plastic forks, the flat surface of the Credit Card Cutlery allows for printing ads and logos. This product is essential as well as unimposing and until you actually need it, you would never know it’s there.

Cutlery In My Pocket
Cutlery In My Pocket
Cutlery In My Pocket
Cutlery In My Pocket
Cutlery In My Pocket
Cutlery In My Pocket
Cutlery In My Pocket
Credit Card Cutlery via yankodesign.com


Sushi Roller by Osko + Deichmann

Sushi Roller by Osko + Deichmann

Traditional Japanese dishes have won many Europeans and Americans over with their taste and visual appeal, and none more so than sushi. The last decade has seen sushi shift from classy restaurants to the home kitchen with more and more people growing an interest in making their own sushi. Becoming a professional sushi chef requires years of hard work and experience. However, preparing the ingredients for a maki-roll or makizushi is actually quite easy. The traditional maki is a roll of rice stuffed with sliced vegetables, and then covered with a sheet of pressed seaweed called nori. The rolling itself, which involves a traditional bamboo-mat, is especially difficult to the inexperienced. The sushiroller grants anyone the power of making perfectly round, thick maki-rolls.

Sushi Roller by Osko + Deichmann
Sushi Roller by Osko + Deichmann
Sushi Roller by Osko + Deichmann
Sushi Roller by Osko + Deichmann
Sushi Roller by Osko + Deichmann
Sushi Roller by Osko + Deichmann
Sushi Roller by Osko + Deichmann
Sushi Roller by Osko + Deichmann
Sushi Roller by Osko + Deichmann via designboom.com