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 Recycled plastic, waterproof build, & a secret pocket… how a humble cap is daring to be different On a normal day, you wouldn’t really see me talking about caps. Apart from the odd novelty cap on Alibaba.com with a solar panel and fan… The Tanuki Pocket Ninja fly-fishing rod can fold up and fit into your car’s glove box Since launching the Tanuki series of Japanese fly-fishing rods at the beginning of 2019, Designer and Engineer Luong Tam has spent the first half of his… Modular for the greater good I can’t speak much for the rural scenario in India, but from what I’ve experienced, it’s quite a cultural shift. There’s a lot of scope for… Modular Dish Drainer Miss Brayshaw may be a kooky designer but her Verte Drain is even kookier. The modular system allows you to only have the components that best… Ora Lamp has Postive Aura The Ora lamp by Santiago Sevillano takes inspiration from the classic and cool shape of the Bakelite Bell telephone handset. The lamp, made of injected polycarbonate,… Roasting Marshmallows In The Vulcan Citing space-crunch as a major issue with matchbox homes, the Vulcan Stove Fireplace adapts itself to this reason, but that alone should not be the criteria… 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.