The Eki Cutlery Set Sits Poised for Suppertime Use

 - Jul 25, 2011
References: industrialdesignserved
Where butter knives, soup spoons and salad forks normally rest apathetically at the edge of your plate, the items that make up the Eki Cutlery Set point their handles high to assert their dedication to dispensing your dinner. Charles Seuleusian has designed this collection of metal eating utensils so that the bulky end of each piece is weighted by an excess of material.

If you were to use these implements at suppertime, you would find that each time you go to set them down, they'd remain balanced and upright to prevent you from having to pick them up again completely. With these prongs, blades and scoops sitting securely on the platter, there will be no opportunity for any member of the Eki Cutlery Set to slide off of your setting and land on the floor.