Cutlery Art

The latest in a trend of artistic cutlery, this cleverly crafted curved wood slice gives table settings an entirely new presentation. Made of stainless steel, filled with small magnets and covered in a walnut varnish, it has a mysterious quality as metal spoons, forks and knives are held firmly in place against the wood material. Elevated from the surface, it’s also a sanitary and safe way to keep cutlery in place.

Designers: Marc-André Roberge, Pierre-Luc Lussier & Michael Roy

7 Comments

  • a really good concept

  • danny says:

    I think that is a very good design. I like it. It should not be know by the public)

  • Jess says:

    You know, this is one of those concepts that strikes you as amazing, but there’s a curiosity of actually wanting to see it in real life. This is just wonderfully simple, and would just be crazy if I could actually have it in front of me!

  • Siyaa says:

    Yep. I get what you mean. I felt the same way with buckyballs too!

  • Jess says:

    In a strange way, that’s pretty much text-book desirability, right? 😀

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