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Re-pick / Toothpick

Re-pick
Re-pick

Resource saving and environmental protection can be achieved by changing people’s trivial everyday behaviors. The toothpick, which is useful for removing food residues stuck in a microspace between teeth, is mostly discarded when it’s used. So I am to form a habit of saving resources and protecting environment in an everyday life, by using small but commonly used disposable toothpicks.
To make up for the disposability of a toothpick, I designed this product so that the center could be broken and then used the broken section for double use.

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Yeungnam university

Yeungnam university
Gyeongsan-si,, South Korea

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Yeungnam university

Yeungnam university
Gyeongsan-si,, South Korea