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Friends Salt & Pepper Set Black/White

42.25USD
Specifications
Maintenance
Materials:
Porcelain
Size & Weight:
H: 11 x Ø: 7 cm
0,232 kg
Product Information:
Painted leather vest on one of the shakers lets you tell salt and pepper apart.
Maintenance:
Suitable for dishwasher.
Designer

Friends

The pair of salt & pepper shakers - which has been nicknamed Gordon & Andreas - stands out as having personality, humor and character. The design plays on the double meaning of the Danish word ‘bøsse’ (which means both ‘shaker’ and ‘gay’), and the two friends come with and without a painted leather vest, signifying either the salt or the pepper shaker.
The Friends salt & pepper shakers are fun, friendly and eye-catching interpretations of a well-known everyday object. And one cannot help but smile when the two Friends appear on the table.HuskMitNavn vs. Troels Øder Hansen explain about the Friends Salt & Pepper: “The Friends are based on the principle that it’s more fun when it’s funny. The salt and pepper shakers reflect this, exemplifying that everyday objects need not be dull.”Dishwasher safe.
Designer

Troels Øder & HuskMitNavn

Troels Øder and HuskMitNavn met each other on the street back in the 90's and have worked together ever since. Troels Øder is a furniture- & product designer working with mass produced products, interior- & spatial design. Graduated from The Danish School of Design in 2004 he has worked both as an independent designer and with high profile projects as part of larger design teams.HuskMitNavn works as an artist and has had numerous shows around the world. His manifestations includes street posters, graffiti, T-shirt prints and drawings for a whole range of media. The naive, strikingly stylized egg-headed and sausage-limbed characters in HuskMitNavn's universe, are now publicly known figures. "It's more fun when it's fun! In our work we place great emphasis on having fun and letting it shine through our products. We challenge each other, use each others professional competencies to come up with ideas which we can develop further. Our products must be precise, seem simple and tell good stories."