Designer Uria Graiver created this snap-apart plastic cutlery collection that provides a simple and elegant way to pack and store eating utensils. This also makes transporting cutlery for picnics and outdoor activities incredibly convenient.
The design features a pair of forks and knives that are stacked on top of each other. This allows for an easy set of cutlery for two people to share. However, if more plastic cutlery is needed, the design also lays these pairs of cutlery side-by-side in groupings of two.
Each set of eating utensils features red knife and fork and black knife and fork pairings. This makes it easy to differentiate the pairs. By snapping the utensils apart, users can store cutlery in a convenient way -- this concept appeals to consumers who lead busy lifestyles or those who live in small spaces.
Flat-Pack Plastic Cutlery
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