Tea Bags with Strings Attached: TBWA exclusively designed these special 'Tea for Health' tea bags for The House Café. These tea bags have a different sporting activity attached on to the end of the string.
Rebranding The Traditional Tea bags Usage: The design is inspired by Japanese CHASEN (Loose leaf tea stirring equipment), " tea bags are attached inside the teastick so there is no need of using sticks separately for stirring nor to throw away the tea bags."
Tea Forte- Packaging: Tea Forté a tea bags from designer P Hewitt is a tall polyhedral shape with a cute tiny leaf on top.
German Tea Bags: With these German tea bags you can have a relaxing cup of tea with global leaders. RoyalTea set features various members of England's royal family, and the DemocraTea set features heads of state of various democratic countries.
T-bag: Designed by Felix Reinki, it's truly a 't-bag', it anchors itself firmly on your cup.
tPod: These tea bags concept is by Elisabeth Soós. They are small paper boats attached to tea bags, while sort of an anchor is made out of tea.
Bruce Mau - An Incomplete Manifesto For Growth: "A proposal of a possible design solution for Bruce Mau's design manifesto, in the form of tea bags."
Ineeka Tea Bags: What makes it different from most of the others is you need to tear off the top of the tea bags and this enables you to pour the hot water directly onto the leaves without them scattering. The leaves float around in the open bag and paper arms and the sides hold the bag.
Tea Stick: It's designed by Allesandro, made with compostable materials and contains a single serving of tea.
Cool Tea Bags: Using the tea bags designed by Lee Yun Qin you can be sure of no more tea bags falling in your tea.
World's Most Expensive T-Bag: It's comes with 280 diamonds worth £7,500 and was made by a British jeweler in 2005 to celebrate the 75th birthday of PG Tips.
Hand sewn Fabric Tea Bags: If your are interested to create these hand sewn fabric tea bags for loose tea favors, here are all the details you need - link.
'People' Tea Bags Holder: SangSang/Wdaru Studio during the Seoul design festival 2007 presented tea bags with 'people' tea bags holder in paper for Maum brand. These fit most common cup size and were packed in a bus-like package, in swimming pool package and even a variant with a broadcasting studio.
TeaCube: Designed by Jieun Yang & Hanah Suh, these teacubes make it easy by placing the tea bags on a timed retractable spool.
Penguin Teaboy: With this one you can create the perfect cup of tea every time you need; all you need to do is set the timer from 1 minute to 20 minute.
Sharky Tea Bags Holder: Designer Pablo Matteoda used shark fin design for a tea bags holder; it holds tealeaves in a floating metal fin container while slowly dispersing tealeaves colors into the water.
Squeasy Tea Bags Squeezer: Its a stainless steel sleeve for your tea bags, you need to slide your tea bags it in there and squeeze to get all the liquid out.
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Sculptures and Jewelry By Jennifer Maestre: It's quite a miss when you talk about pencil sculptures and you don't see artwork created by Jennifer Maestre. To make the pencil sculptures, she takes hundreds of pencils, cuts them into 1-inch sections, drills a hole in each section, sharpens them all and sews them together.
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Felissimo's 500 Colored Pencil Set For Social Designer: Felissimo designed these for Social Designer, the complete set of 500 colored pencils consisting of 20 units. Its upto you how imaginative you can get with it; Stretch them out, roll them up or display your pencils as you are with the pencils themselves.
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Pencil Bench: Boex 3D Creative Solutions designed this award winning 'Pencil Bench' & the seat is made up of 1600 pencils which can be removed & used.
72 Pencils by George W. Hart: It's a geometric construction of 72 pencils, assembled into a work of art. "Restricted to a signed limited edition of twenty-five, each shares a common form, yet each is unique."
Tara Donovan's Colony: The artwork created by her is really amazing!
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Pencil Sculptures by Robert Levine:
Pencil Carving: Mizuta Tasogare and Kato Jado create these amazing pencil carvings.
Pencil Cube: It measures 5 x 5 x 5", created using pencils and glue.
Tom Friedman, "Untitled," 1995, Pencils: It looks like one continuous "loop" of pencils.
Pencil Furniture: These pencil sculptures were made exclusively for faber-castell, using thousands of sharpened 'castell 9000' pencils by German artist Kerstin Schulz.
Pencil Art: Its created by an Australian artist, who creates beautiful work of art using pencils as canvas. A self-taught illustrator, who moved from the area of stencil art to exhibit his illustration work worldwide. Here is the gallery of his pencil art.
Pencil Sculptures by Bob Van Breda: These were on display at the Lincart Gallery in San Francisco through October 20, 2007.
Some more interesting stuff:
Color Pencils: Artwork created in Finland by Jonna Pohjalainen.
Fence Made Of Pencils:
Fence made out of pencils.
Everything Color Circle: Creation of Brooke Inman.
Tiny Twig Pencil: Adorable tiny twig pencils are made from real twigs! Measuring a petite 3.5" tall, the end has been wrapped in a pretty variating green and yellow embroidery thread.
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