Tool Design | Eat with your fingers by Kawamura Ganjavian

Eat with your fingers by Kawamura Ganjavian is a creative exception to the unwritten etiquette rule that says “Don’t eat with your fingers”. Consisting of a set of three mini-pieces of cutlery (knife, fork, spoon) that fit at the end of our fingers reinventing to a small degree the experience of eating, Eat with your fingers allows us to creatively play with our food. Functionality may not be at the heart of this design, but the play on an accepted standard means that Eat with your fingers by Kawamura Ganjavian is an intriguing model for the What kind of tool are you? design competition.

 

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