Pizza Cutters as Art

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I absolutely love Frankie Flood's pizza cutters. There's something special about a common household tool that's been over-designed and over-engineered, yet maintains ease-of-use in its singular purpose. (Can you tell I was an art major for a semester?) His designs range from the Leatherman-like Easy Rider (2001) to the colloquial Phatboy (2003) and tend to feature ball bearings and powder coated aluminum. Regardless, they're all very powerfully designed, and I want one.

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