Just when you thought we could not approve upon our four-tined friend—we find out that we have not even scratched the surface of fork technology. The list includes forks to help those who might still be ‘pasta-challenged’, to a creative way to get your kids to eat their gruel.
In a section of New York City synonymous with swank—a new restaurant in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District called The Collective is furnished and decorated with scavenged material. The restaurant—with the help of the design firm ICrave—features found items reminiscent of New York past and collected mostly from junk yards and flea markets.
A new animated short film by Annie Leonard tells the not-so-flattering story behind bottled water. The film carries an environmental message and discusses reasons behind our enchantment with the product — including what she calls ‘Manufactured Demand’. We are also urged to just say ‘no’ to the bottle and go back to the tap.
The Cheese & Burger Society is dedicated to honoring the greatness of cheese—specifically Wisconsin Cheese. They make a strong case by displaying a collection of some of the greatest cheeseburgers ever made. Not to mention providing an uber-cool website to shuffle through, and narration by that guy who played The Tick. You’re welcome.