Chewp is a collection of cooking utensils and tools designed for children to use with adults. I like the use of color and shape to signify playfulness. Designed by Chen Gryevsky, Via gBlog:
There is a bridge with children called “me too”. They want so badly to be just like the big people in their life. So, we fill wine glasses with apple juice at New Years, hand them a razor-less handle for a mock shave, give them fake make up sets and miniature tool sets. The “me too ” bridge is a way to connect, show love, and let them know you believe in them. Chewp by Bat Chen Grayevsky is a collection of kitchen tools appropriate for children and adults to enjoy cooking together. Food preparation can become a daily task gone teachable moment. The handles are wee sized, the blades not too sharp, juicer is more compact for small hands as is the mortar and pestle. Super smart cutting boards have circular dentations to keep round produce from rolling away. These tools are likely to be used on fresh ingredients which leads me to their biggest attribute: encouraging healthy eating. Remember the way they want to do as you do? Chewp is dedicated to inspiring fresh cuisine for growing appetites, raising awareness for the somewhat forgotten foods that are best for everyone.