This series of "Sensorial Stimuli" cutlery are designed by Jinhyun Jeon, a graduate from Design Academy Eindhoven in Holland. They are designed to stimulate appetite. The project was inspired by the phenomenon of synesthesia, a neurological condition in which stimuli like taste, colour and hearing are affected and triggered by each other.
Sick of the common beverage glasses? Try this Das Horn for drinking. Hang it around your neck for a hands-free drinking experience or gift your friends a well designed, modern twist on the ancient drinking horn - Das Horn. Das Horn is designed by David Segall and Alex Chatham. Designed to emulate an animal horn, Das Horn is uniquely shaped.
This wonderful kitchen gadget can peel, split and cut bananas. All in one tool! With a serrated edge for starting soft bananas at the stem and a wire edge for splitting bananas in half for desserts, this tool makes quick work of bananas. Spaced for up to 20 neat banana slices, you can easily top cereal in the morning or use for other healthy snacks and desserts. It costs only $7.99.
Unlike the common coffee containers, the Friis Coffee Vault features a one-way valve, which lets the carbon dioxide out but prevents anything else from entering and thus preserve the finest coffee flavor.