Karoto by Avichai Tadmor
for Monkey Business

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Karoto by Avichai Tadmor for Monkey Business

Jerusalem designer Avichai Tadmor created this scaled-up pencil sharpener for shaving curls of carrot onto salads.

Karoto by Avichai Tadmor for Monkey Business

Called Karoto (carrot in ancient Greek), the device for Israeli company Monkey Business can also be used on courgettes or cucumbers and comes in black or yellow.

Karoto by Avichai Tadmor for Monkey Business

Other products from Monkey Business on Dezeen include a pencil sharpener shaped like a wind-up key and a set of pins for making little animals out of wine corks.

Karoto by Avichai Tadmor for Monkey Business

See a sharpener for chocolate shavings by Japanese designers Nendo here.

Karoto by Avichai Tadmor for Monkey Business

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  • Bhavnesh

    Doesn’t a grater already do that? And where do you store a huge novelty pencil sharpener? Because that’s what it really is.

  • T,.T

    If I ever use a carrot as a pencil…

  • Christian

    I’m pretty sure I’ll have a hard time “sharpening” my carrots.

  • Otto

    They should do one for a baguette now. Landfill material.