Disposable tableware can be such a hassle. The plastic never seems elegant enough then, of course, there's the environmental concern behind them. With the new tableware from Chinese designer Qiyun Deng you'll never have to worry about style or damaging the environment.
Deng has designed colorful set of biodegradable spoons, fork and knives that look like the vegetables that inspired them. You'll sip soup from an artichoke spoon, cut fruit with a pineapple knife and eat your pasta with a celery fork.
The designer used resin to mimic the vegetable's texture and relied on 3D printing to complete the process of building the utensils. The result is truly amazing.
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