the new normal

“This project uses the idea from nutritionists that we can easily compare food portion with the individual hand size,” explained Vuthisatkul. “For example, a fist of carb, a palm of protein, a thumb of fat, a cupped hand of fruit, two hands of vegetable.”
+ Ponsawan Vuthisatkul

handle with care

handle with care/ yvaltal

Salvaged broken ceramic cups get fixed and given a new design appeal that allows them to continue their productive lives.
Material: Broken ceramic cups, metal, wood
+yuvaltal

disposable tea cups

disposable tea cups/ Einat kirschner and Einav Ben-Asher


These are single use disposable tea cups that are suitable for hot or cold beverages.
They are made of tea leaves and natural non toxic materials, enhancing the beauty of the texture, color and aroma of the tea.
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haptic cups

haptic cups/ marierouillon

through this project, i want to make people aware of the plurality of their senses of touch, of their importance in terms of full perception of the world, and to reconnect them with tactility on a daily basis through my designs,’ rouillon explains. ‘I took the decision to communicate my concept through everyday objects, without digital tools, in order to stress even more this urge to touch and experience the everyday world we live in, through multi-sensory experiences.’
Our senses are triggered less and less. The interactions that we entertain with everyday devices are lacking sensibility, tactility, sensory experiences.
+marierouillon