This interesting fork was designed by British designer Tim Parsons for the pasta company Barilla. Its shape is very similar to a trident, which is quite understandable. After all, it was created precisely to solve a specific problem.
If you often eat pasta, then you will certainly be annoyed by the fact that it "falls off" the fork, slides off and does not want to go into your mouth. This problem isn't just with pasta, of course. So, thanks to these notches at the ends of the fork, it will be much more convenient for you to put pasta on it. In addition to practicality, the fork is also good for its design - the prongs give it an interesting and rather peculiar look.
And the collection of this tableware was specially designed for hiking and picnics.
The products completely repeat the design of their disposable paper "colleagues", but they look more expensive, of high quality and stylish.
After all, they are made of tin. It's not a sin to dine with such dishes at home, let alone picnics!
Designer: Tim Parsons