We're digging this "repeatable, stackable and sustainable cutlery solution for disaster relief" by North-Carolina-based designer Ryan Klinger.
Called Conserve Cutlery, the aims of the concept are to wring useability out of every last square inch of plastic, with the knives nesting perfectly between the sporks, and to make it easy to ship. Sadly those two images are the only documentation of the project on Klinger's site.
A better-documented project of Klinger's is his proposal for a task light that would be made by Irwin:
It looks to be either a school project or an actual pitch, containing tons of presentation boards and research. Check it out here.
Lastly, the project that brought him to our attention in the first place is his Empower rocking chair concept, which is dated from last year but which has mysteriously disappeared from his site; perhaps it's going into actual production? In any case, the rocking chair would turn kinetic energy into juice, letting you charge up a cellie or laptop while waiting in an airport lounge. Might as well burn some calories before that long-haul flight.