Sugar for Every Day Calendar

Sugar for everyday, designed by Ivan Pivovarov, is a hilarious take on a desktop calendar. “Calendar 2014  ‘Sugar every day’ was developed for the company DMG as a gift on New Year’s partners and customers . The idea of the calendar is based on the famous ‘ritual’ appeasement of the horse (symbol of the year ), treating it with a piece of sugar.” The white cubes are at some point switched with brown ones, forming the number “2014.” For those who have a bit of a sweet tooth, it’s a great way to have your daily dose of sugar and eat it too.

Marvelous 3D Printed Sugar Cubes

3D printing has become almost ordinary thing in contemporary world. And now you can even drink cup of coffee or tea with 3D printed sugar. Don’t believe? Then check this collection of complex 3D printed sugar creation from The Sugar Lab at 3DSystems. The Sugar Lab creates designs for extreme geometric complexity and then uses their customized 3D printers to print them into reality in sugar. The sweet designs are still 100% safe to use as sugar for your coffee or tea. Just imagine how would look like your cup with these stunning sugar cubes. It will be very aesthetic spectacle! But at the same time it will be very hard to drop these artistic creations into hot drink and watch it melt into nothingness.

Sugar Skull Spoons

Sugar Skull Spoons is a new project on Kickstarter. Stainless Steel spoons that gently remind you sugar is evil each time you make a tea or coffee. “Sugar Skull Spoon, born from the happy realisation that with a simple twist, the humble tea spoon could become the perfect home accessory for fans of the macabre (and fans of hot drinks!). The Sugar Skull tea spoon is the perfect gift for those who need reminding to take a little less sugar in their drinks, and even if you don’t, it’s still MUCH more interesting than a regular spoon…” Take a look!

Sugar Skull by Snow Violent

Coffee at the morning is an everyday ritual. And design team Snow Violent thinks that coffee should be without sugar since it’s a harmful addition to a coffee. To make it more visual they developed skull-shaped sugar cubes. Another purpose of this project is a some kind of surprise that would be an entertaining way to start your day. The unique concept began as a simple sketch and was later developed into a prototype by DR.HC to feature meticulously carved details that resemble an actual skull. The final product is a combination of grainy sugar and a creative design that dissolve together into one delicious treat. Take a look!