Earlier this year, Kikkerland Designs teamed up with the oldest university in North America, UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) to hold a student competition highlighting Mexican culture. Keeping in line with Kikkerland's off-beat and colorful brand, the top 5 contenders were on display for general voting at Kikkerland's booth at ICFF. Amongst the prototyped options was a Crocodile Cheese Grater (Sarahi Delgado), Luchador Bottle Opener in three different wrestling poses (Andrés Lhima), a Tree-Free Pencil Kit that uses recycled paper similar to those charcoal peel and sketch pencils (Andrea Román), Jurassic Erasers that unearth embedded "fossils" as you erase (Gilberto González) and a Skull Corkscrew (Stephanie Suárez). The design challenge was to create products for a "real-life" sponsor with a Mexican cultural reference. Vote for your favorite online or cast your ballot at the Kikkerland ICFF booth.