The Eating Implement by Azusa Murakami is a whimsical play on the notion that the human mouth has evolved to rely on the assistance of cutlery when consuming food. The concept is a compelling one that makes man's set of pearly whites seem inferior to those of his feral friends.
So here, the artist suggests a new type of eating utensil that's inspired by the different varieties of denticles found amidst the animal kingdom. A tongue-like scoop, tusk-like fangs, canines, incisors and an adaptation of a molar make up the peculiarly pronged fork-spoon-knife hybrid.
People hardly think about it, but silverware does essentially begin the chewing process on the plate in front of you. However, one can imagine that it may take a while to establish a dinner table etiquette fit for the Eating Implement by Azusa Murakami.