Debuting at 100% Design in London this week is the clever patterned tablecloth that welcomes spills of any kind, even wine. Created by Norwegian designer Kristine Bjaadal, the Underfull Tablecloth appears at first like any other tablecloth - beautiful white linen with a floral pattern. But unlike other tablecloths, when you spill your gravy, your soup, or you drool your chocolate ice cream on it, you will be seen as a poet instead of a slob.
I discovered Giles Miller after spotting a very cool vase design he made out of glass, aluminum, and brass peelings, the latter being moldable into virtually any shape you want. This vase naturally intrigued me, so I visited his website, where I found that most of Miller's designs have been carved from corrugated cardboard. Jaw-dropping designs...
Every two years, The Trends & Innovations Observatory of SIAL, an international group of judges, awards the brand new products that are innovative and have the potential to become successful because of their uniqueness and quality. These 15 mouth-watering foods and drinks from 6 countries have been announced. Nine of the 15 awards went to French companies.