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Fragile Candy by WooTeik Lim

 - Aug 29, 2008   Updated: Aug 23 2011
References: yankodesign
Candy lollipops that look like shards of glass have got to send mixed messages. They taste sweet and good but beware! The candy is made to look like coloured glass shards with jagged and sharp edges. Careful licks are required in order to avoid cutting one's tongue. You've got to wonder if this is the ultimate dentist's revenge!

The candy is clearly easily breakable hence the name. “Fragile Candy” was conceived by Woo Teik Lim.

Implications - Businesses can attract consumers by creating everyday items with extraordinary designs and features in order to stand out in competitive markets. The appeal of novelty items continues to grow for consumers, and as fashion and graphic design becomes more bold and controversial, customers seek the same from items they use daily.