Flavor Country

 - Apr 23, 2008   Updated: Mar 31 2011
References: behance.net & yankodesign
Designer Myan Duong created these sexy cigarette shaped salt and pepper shakers as an act of defiance: "They can stop you from smoking in restaurants, but they can't stop you from ashing into your food."

The “Flavor Country” salt and pepper shakers by allow you to carress these fake cigarettes without having to pay the price.

Implications - Since Audrey Hepburn held a long-stemmed cigarette filter in Breakfast at Tiffany's, cigarettes have become somewhat of a fashion accessory. The ability to control fire gives smokers an innate pleasure that buys into caveman instincts, and helps someone instantly appear rebellious. Thus, cigarettes have become a pop cultural symbol for sexiness, nonchalance and elegance.