Sugar Please! by Tomas Kral By Yanko Design 05/30/2007 It’s a table sugar dispenser. It works with the principle of weight. The same quantity of sugar you take off from the inferior plate is automatically refilled from the superior container. Capacity: 400 grams of sugar.Designer: Tomas KralSharePinShareFlipWhatsAppPocket6 Shares Related Posts Designing the world’s most comfortable bathrobe is trickier than you think… I imagine there’s a directly proportional relationship between an increase in people working from home, and an increase in people working in their bathrobes, and as… Meet the Prompt – an Anti-watch that can tell you the time without you looking at it UPDATE: Less than 48 hours left! It’s interesting to see how modern society’s response to someone looking at their watch has changed over the years. Just… Samsung’s Cube Refrigerator allows you to build your own modular cold-storage Building on a concept that’s done the rounds for quite a while now (and has even seen success in 2008 at the Electrolux Design Lab), Samsung’s… Signs Of Disaster On the first glance, you can think of the ‘Life Trail Traffic Signs’ as standard road signs. However, they can quickly change to evacuation signs, should… Saracenic Scissors The beauty of design is that it brings beauty to the otherwise mundane. Taken up as an attempt to merge scriptures with daily objects, the reinterpretation… Coolest Rock on the Block Modern interpretations of the traditional archetype, Rocking Morevive Dark Horse revisit the rocking toys that we all cherished as kids! Each applies a touch of classic… TagsTomas-Kral Previous articlePhonograph CD Player by Yong Jieyu & Ama Xue Hong Bin Next articleMicrosoft Surface – Surface Computing 4 Comments Yazi says: 12/22/2007 at 5:05 pm A bird feeder for human, interesting. Christine Chung says: 04/07/2008 at 12:43 pm Its good concept but not too sanitary. It’ll attracts bugs and other pesticides. Linda says: 02/11/2009 at 1:01 pm How does something attract pesticides? I have had open sugar for years and no bugs. 日置 美丽 says: 09/09/2013 at 8:17 am Very interesting topic , regards for posting . “Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.” by Lisa Grossman.Comments are closed.