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 KralSharePinShareFlipSharePocket6 Shares Related Posts This dog tag with a fully concealed pocket knife will be your faithful EDC companion Fitting comfortably into the form factor of a dog-tag, the B2 blade from the guys at Bomber & Company literally hangs in its tag-shaped sheathe around… The Neckpacker 2.0 travel jacket has its own integrated neck pillow, eye-mask and iPad-sleeve The All Black Hybrid Jacket Neckpacker 2.0 (aka Neckpacker 2.0) may look like a jacket to the untrained eye, but I’d like you to think of… Bringing People on the Tube Together! Tube Games are a clever addition to the London Underground that bring commuters together for a bit of fun! Adaptable to the single openable window of… Round And Straight Lines Are Best! Attention Designers! Your need to draw the perfect curve using a ruler is now easier thanks to the Compasses Ruler. The design is self-explanatory so I’m… The Link shoes are an eclectic mix of madness, creativity, and innovation! I’ll be honest, I’m used to seeing some incredibly ludicrous designs. Floating phones that can take hands-free selfies? Sure. A side table that’s also a bluetooth… Not As Uncomfortable As It Looks While it might resemble some medieval torture device at first glance, this stool utilizing a kind of egg crate acoustic foam material might actually be quite… 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.