Here's an interesting product design that addresses one of those minor UX hassles we all know, but rarely consider. This Self Standing Spreader Knife Air, by Swedish industrial designer Harald Hynell, rests on its handle to keep whatever you're spreading up in the air, rather than all over the presentation board:
The knife is produced and sold by Bosign, a Swedish product company founded by Hynell. It comes in Olive wood, as well as stainless steel or brass, in small and large sizes. Prices run from €15 to €50 (USD $18 to $60).
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So beautiful. I would probably grab it from the wrong end and use the thick handle to spread it. Very clever.