Modular Kitchen Tools Let You Finally Build the Perfect SpoontulaS

Like a kitchen-friendly version of Voltron that's come to help you with dinner, Enrico Azzimonti's Take It line of cooking cutlery come in unorthodox shapes that can be combined to further expand their functionality.

There are four sets to choose from, around $16 each, that feature redesigns of forks, spatulas, and even spoons. Their bent handles make them easier to use in deeper pots, while a special groove near the top allows them to be combined and used as serving tools as well as cooking utensils. Certainly handy, but they'd be even cooler if they turned into robot lions. [Enrico Azzimonti via designboom]