DINOSAUR COOKIE CUTTERS
TAGLIABISCOTTI A FORMA DI DINOSAURO 3D
Ora sei tu la causa dell'estinzione dei dinosauri?
Tutti amiamo i biscotti. Tanto per cominciare sono deliziosi. Secondo, li possiamo tagliare in moltissime forme diverse, congelare, cospargere di praline e in linea di massima sfogare la nostra vena artistica prima di divorare loro la faccia.
Questi Taglia Biscotti Dinosauro 3D portano la frontiera dei biscotti dove mai prima: direttamente nel mondo 3D!
Ogni set di Taglia Biscotti Dinosauro 3D contiene 3 o 4 sagome taglia biscotti (a seconda del modello). Stendi il tuo impasto, taglia i pezzi, cuocili e assembla il tuo dinosauro! Naturalmente dovrai divorarli tutti fino all'estinzione se non vuoi ritrovarti co un pericolosissimo Jurassic Park in cucina.
•Set di 3 o 4 taglia biscotti per creare biscotti 3D a forma di dinosauro
•Utilizza la ricetta dei tuoi biscotti preferiti (oppure quella inclusa nella scatola - in inglese)
•Taglia, cuoci, monta, mangia!
Materiale: plastica per alimenti BPA-free
Dimensioni: i biscotti una volta completati saranno di circa 18 cm di altezza o lunghezza
Suck UK produces unique, special and experts produced furniture lamps, decoration elements and accessories since 1999. The young company is different to its competition because of its simple but original and humorous designs.
The history of Suck UK started with the work of its founders Sam and Jude for other people. The brand Suck UK itself was founded in 1999. The designers initially made products they liked themselves, out of known or unknown materials, shining bright and with purist shapes that should attract attention. Moreover it was important to them to find a cheap way of producing, which is why the designers experimented a lot with different materials and production techniques.
The Suck UK team worked at designs at night and in their regular jobs every day without support from outside. The team worked in regular jobs in order to pay the bills – this way was hard, but instructive. The little money they had made the designers saw their environment with new eyes and they started to only use what they really needed.
Soon they noticed that their own home and especially their kitchen weren’t adapted as workshop. So an empty room in a taken building in Primrose Hill was occupied, which would serve as workshop and as customer care and office from then on. The first serious prototypes of Suck UK emerged in that time. The emerging products suited the London galleries and Clubs; however the designers wanted to conquer the people and their homes themselves.
The clearance of the taken building in the Primrose Hill meant a small backstroke, but the Suck UK team decided now to abandon their regular jobs and to concentrate on design and their brand. Meanwhile Suck UK is based in the London East End. The products consist of different materials and are very different to each other.
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