These Colorful Popsicles from Nuna World have a Polygonal Design Element

By: Alyson Wyers - Dec 17, 2014
References: nuna-world & designtaxi
These colorful popsicles look almost too good to eat. Designed by creatives Manu Kumar, an architect based in Berlin, and Stefan Gendl (a designer) in collaboration with Nuna, the geometric popsicle design does not equate to your average ice pops. Their sticks are also made out of sustainable bamboo, so they have an eco-friendly appeal as well.

As if the design and environmental element wasn't enough, the colorful popsicles taste delicious as the recipe comes from international food developer and Master Chef Heiko Antoniewicz. Made out of all natural ingredients, the frozen treats comes in a number of flavors in an effort to redefine taste in addition to form. The polygonal aspect and three dimensional texture is truly revolutionary.