Have your cake and divide it too

There are three things that can destroy friendships. Monopoly, the Draw Four card in Uno, and an unequal slice of cake, pie, or pizza. Now I don’t know about the first two, but there’s a rather nifty way of avoiding the third scenario. Klipy’s Cake Divider. This handy little gadget allows you to set the angle for cutting the cake/pie/pizza based on the number of slices you need. It comes with a base that fits right into the center of the food item you want to divide, and the two arms of the Klipy act as guides for the knife, allowing you to cut perfectly even slices for yourself and your friends… because no one likes a greedy hog!

Designer: Klipy Design

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No, stack them the other way…

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You’ve got vessels that stack inside one another like Joseph Joseph’s set of Nesting Bowls for convenient, space-saving storage, and you have the exact opposite, the Folding Tableware by FangCun Design that instead of stacking inside one another, pile up to become a sculptural piece that captivates one’s attention with its flowing continuous lines, only to be beautifully punctuated by the color gradation of the bowls that have their own jade-like charm.

Yes, these bowls can stack within one another (saving space as a result), but that’s not what you’re going to do, because it isn’t as hypnotic and alluring as stacking them the other way around, now is it?!

Designer: Buyi Zhou (FangCun Design)

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No, stack them the other way…

folding_tableware_1

You’ve got vessels that stack inside one another like Joseph Joseph’s set of Nesting Bowls for convenient, space-saving storage, and you have the exact opposite, the Folding Tableware by FangCun Design that instead of stacking inside one another, pile up to become a sculptural piece that captivates one’s attention with its flowing continuous lines, only to be beautifully punctuated by the color gradation of the bowls that have their own jade-like charm.

Yes, these bowls can stack within one another (saving space as a result), but that’s not what you’re going to do, because it isn’t as hypnotic and alluring as stacking them the other way around, now is it?!

Designer: Buyi Zhou (FangCun Design)

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No, stack them the other way…

folding_tableware_1

You’ve got vessels that stack inside one another like Joseph Joseph’s set of Nesting Bowls for convenient, space-saving storage, and you have the exact opposite, the Folding Tableware by FangCun Design that instead of stacking inside one another, pile up to become a sculptural piece that captivates one’s attention with its flowing continuous lines, only to be beautifully punctuated by the color gradation of the bowls that have their own jade-like charm.

Yes, these bowls can stack within one another (saving space as a result), but that’s not what you’re going to do, because it isn’t as hypnotic and alluring as stacking them the other way around, now is it?!

Designer: Buyi Zhou (FangCun Design)

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No, stack them the other way…

folding_tableware_1

You’ve got vessels that stack inside one another like Joseph Joseph’s set of Nesting Bowls for convenient, space-saving storage, and you have the exact opposite, the Folding Tableware by FangCun Design that instead of stacking inside one another, pile up to become a sculptural piece that captivates one’s attention with its flowing continuous lines, only to be beautifully punctuated by the color gradation of the bowls that have their own jade-like charm.

Yes, these bowls can stack within one another (saving space as a result), but that’s not what you’re going to do, because it isn’t as hypnotic and alluring as stacking them the other way around, now is it?!

Designer: Buyi Zhou (FangCun Design)

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