Eva Solo Smiley Bowl

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Eva Solo makes some lovely household products (including a coffee carafe I’ve had my eye on for a while) and these new “Smiley” bowls, designed by Claus Jensen & Henrik Holbaek, are no exception. Fill the top depression with nuts or candy while using the wide mouth below for shells or wrappers. (Or vice-versa.)

I am perhaps more impressed than I should be over a bowl, but they have a pleasing shape. (And would be just wide enough to make cleaning easy.)

Eva Solo Smiley Bowl [Yanko Design]

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3 Responses to Eva Solo Smiley Bowl

  1. Anonymous says:

    Reminds me of the two-layer bowl presented on the television show American Inventor last year.

    See this link under “Invention #11″:

    http://www.makezine.com/blog/archive/2006/03/american_inventor_live_blog_fu.html

  2. Frizbee Montana says:

    Loverly bowl. Most everything Eva Solo designs is beautiful.

    But before you give in to your jones for the carafe, you should know that it dribbles when you pour from it. Beautiful, but not actually well-designed. I put it on a shelf to look at, but hate to use it.

  3. Joel Johnson says:

    You know, that wouldn’t actually stop me from buying the carafe, since every single freaking coffee device I own, including my treasured insulated french press, dribbles coffee all over itself at just a second glance.

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