Is it possible to have a delicious-looking eraser that makes your mouth water?
“Kueh Tutu” is a is a traditional Singaporean delicacy made of savoury rice flour cake steamed with either desiccated coconut, palm sugar or peanut fillings. Traditionally eaten at breakfast, they are sold on pieces of pandan (screwpine) leaf for extra fragrance. The “Kueh Tutu” eraser is a creative invention that uses this local snack out of its context and yet retains its original form. The small size of the “Kueh Tutu” and its sharp edges offer precise erasing. Other than its practical use, it can also be acquired for its decorative nature.
Assembled by the people at Cottage Industry.
Especially designed for a collaborative project between Farm and the National Museum of Singapore.
A set of 4, individually wrapped in a gift box
Size: 5.5 x 5.5 cm.