kitchen — January 16, 2012 at 10:52 pm

Pencil Salt and Pepper Mills by Frank Kerdil


PO…
When more of the same is not enough…

Welcome to the world of PO: where innovation meets function to create contemporary home accessories at their most beautiful. For every PO: design you see, there is a whole array of unseen possibilities behind it

Our company name and ethos is inspired by the concept of “PO:” devised by lateral thinker Edward De Bono. It is an alternative way of thinking that helps people to approach problems in a new and more creative way. It breaks down barriers, awakens imagination and asks people to surprise themselves

PO: keen to provide alternative choice of products with creative, artistic and functional features on the basis of the “PO:” concept, to who people appreciate and value design. We believe ideas generated from “PO:” concept are endless

The magic word PO:

PO is an alternative way of thinking. Rather than locking itself into existing patterns and traditions, PO finds new ways, sees new opportunities, breaks down existing barriers and builds new things

PO is innovation which does not accept that what existed yesterday will be valid tomorrow simply because continuity must not be broken

We will continue to develop new products with new creative, artistic and functional features on the basis of the PO concept and the innovation it represents

You may be surprised to find these rather large pencils sitting on a dining table, but they are in fact salt and pepper grinders!

These unique, innovative Pencil Grinders are beautifully designed and extremely useful in the home. Made of wood and stainless steel, with a rubber paint finish at the top, they are a perfect example of our attention to both form and function

Product Description
You may be surprised to find these rather large pencils sitting on a dining table, but they are in fact salt and pepper grinders!
These unique, innovative Pencil Grinders are beautifully designed and extremely useful in the home.

Made of wood and stainless steel, with a rubber paint finish at the top

Designed by Frank Kerdil, they are a perfect example of PO’s attention to both form and function.

Measures 16cm High x 4cm Diameter (6.5 x 1.75 inches

Boxed

you could buy it here

photos: frankkerdil.com

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