Origami has been a big source of inspiration in numerous areas of design, from furniture to fashion and even kitchenware.
Following the Origami Crockery we featured, we bring you an artistic, fun spoon. The Origami Spoon by Czech designer Michael Sholk is bent from a single piece of thin material. The material can be paper, plastic, or silver foil.
Implications - Modern designers are increasingly introducing innovative, avant-garde aesthetics into familiar products. Kitchen cutlery in this niche, for example, no longer sticks to standard forms; it boasts artistic, unusual qualities. These products appeal to consumers who value good art and recognize their need to express individuality in every facet of their home.
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