Japanese Design at the MoMA Store The New York Times 5.1.08

Japanese Design at the MoMA Store The New York Times 5.1.08

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Aaron Able
May 1, 2008

The newest installment in the Destination series at the Museum of Modern Art travels to Japan for a collection of uniquely Japanese designs for housewares, gifts and oddities. Destination: Japan features many objects and we pulled our favorite three after the jump...

Silicon Pig Cooking Lid from Marna, Inc is $18. This multipurpose lid is perfect for the microwave and steam even escapes from the pig's snout!


Apple Jar with Spoon by Tatsuya Okazaki
is $55. We're big fans of the wooden spoon doubling as the stem!

Folding Bread Board by Hiroyuki Arai is $75. This one is our favorite: flip and fold the cutting board to suit whatever you are slicing. Plus, it folds up for easy storage.

For coverage from The New York Times, see What Could Be Happier Than a Pig in Ceramic? Visit MoMAstore.org for a glimpse at the entire Destination: Japan collection.

Images via The New York Times

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