'FrogGetMee' chopsticks and spoon won Good Design 2006

  FrogGetMee, an extraordinary chopsticks and spoon designed by Chaiyut Plypetch and Ankul Assavaviboonpan, has solved the problem for noodle lovers. A combination of a soup spoon and chopsticks, FrogGetMee frees you to enjoy eating with one hand while you go on doing other things with the other. Now who says you can't have the best of both hands?

  FrogGetMee is the original Thai design to receive the Good Design 2006 Award in the category of Household Product from the ChicagoAthenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design. It is now displayed in the museum's permanent design collection.

  The museum's historic GOOD DESIGN program was founded in Chicago in 1950 by Edgar J. Kaufmann, Jr. with the participation of some of America's most important designers: Eero Saarinen, Charls and Ray Eames, Alexander Girard, George Nelson, Florence Knoll, Harry Bertoia, Finn Juhl, and Russel Wright- the pioneering greats of American and modern design.

  GOOD DESIGN remains the oldest and most important design competition worldwide.