What we like about this design, is that it’s not in your face. We mean, some may think this is just an odd design for a fork, however, only a few will realize the true purpose behind this creation.
The wavy part on the fork’s tines is there for the spaghetti strings to grasp onto without falling back into your dinner bowl. Genius we think.
Smart Shower Design
Whoever designed this shower was thinking ahead. With access to the faucet reachable through the shower door, one can get the water to the ideal temperature very easily. The other option, in most cases, with showers that have glass doors, is to go into the shower through the glass door and start the tap.
At that point, ice-cold water sprays all over and you must find a dry corner or else shiver until the warm water gets there. This is a much better alternative that can only be improved by the installation of a smart faucet!
A Bench Ripped from the Concrete
This clever use of imagination was put in place in 1996. The artist responsible called the installation "Blue Carpet." It is located in front of the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle, England. Up close, it looks like the carpet has been pulled back.
At each point where it is pulled back, sits a bench. Near nightclubs and shopping, the bench-shaped sculptures remain a popular attraction.
Leave No Ring
With a built-in coaster, this coffee mug makes leaving a ring on the table obsolete. Inspired by the banana holder, the floating mug idea suspends the mug over what would be a coaster. So, no searching the room for a coaster with this design-pro solution.
It is functional too. It has a large handle, and in size, it is just right.
Is It a Fork? Is It a Spoon?
This could be a training tool for your kids when they learn how to use a fork. It could also be a great way to save on some space when going on hiking trips (we always need a fork at one point or another). This can also be just a plain fork-spoon combination with no story behind it at all.
Would this work with a lefthanded? Would it work at all?