jaemin jaeminlee: sogum huchuhuchu salt and pepper shaker jaemin jaeminlee: sogum huchuhuchu salt and pepper shaker
may 21, 2013

jaemin jaeminlee: sogum huchuhuchu salt and pepper shaker

jaemin jaeminlee: sogum huchuhuchu salt and pepper shakerall images courtesy jaemin jaeminlee

 

 

attempting to change the way users interact with salt and pepper shakers, designer jaemin jaeminlee has introduced ‘sogum huchuhuchu’ – ceramic kitchenware that eases the fear of over-seasoning. similar to the shape of a spoon, the device allows users to preview their salt and pepper portion in a small bowl-shape before adding it to their meal. if there is any thing left in the void, one can vertically shake the leftovers back into the storage space inside the grip.

 

 

view of collected salt or pepper on the bowl

 

 

 shaking to collect salt or pepper

 

 

view of shaking it lightly to store the leftover salt or pepper back into the storage space inside the grip

 

 

the process of creating a sogum huchuhuchu

 

 

 how to use the the sogum huchuhuchu

 

 

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  • genius

    george says:
  • Really nice design concept ! 🙂

    Bull says:
  • what if hands are dirty…

    Jessie says:
  • Simple and a lovely shape & finish!

    Ron Smith says:
  • it resembles a water closet

    tommaso says:
  • I like the ideas of Jaemin Jaeminlee. Such a creative designer! Look at what he did with the satelight: http://www.ozartsetc.com/2013/05/23/satelight-by-jaemin-jaeminlee/

    GRG says:
  • what a great idea…saves me from using my hand to do the same thing.

    Linda Vaughn says:
  • Organic & sits beautifully in the hand. 3D-abstract & functional. Kudos to Jaemin. I’d like to know where he studied or is he just over the moon brilliant?
    Contact Quirky Design for fast production-that is if they can handle the product shape-located in USA.
    Good luck.

    Johanna B. says:

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