Robert Androué is an aspiring Italian-American designer who is currently working towards a degree at Design Academy Eindhoven. He has a handful of decent designs to his name, but his recent project Hook Sponges caught my eye, not least because I recently did a thorough cleaning of my kitchen and bathrooms. It's basically a sponge that's been cut down into a funky, even playful "C" shape so that it can 'clip' around a faucet.
One comment: considering that I had a sponge in a deathgrip for several hours on end over the weekend, I can only imagine that it would be tough to scrub, say, the molding around a staircase, with what is essentially a trimmed-down sponge.
Then again, the Hook Sponge is clearly meant for quotidian, sink-centered activity, so that's probably a moot point. In this regard, it's nice that the Hook Sponge has a "sidedness": one end of the "C" shape could be designated for greasy pots and pans, while the other could be used for more benign surfaces like countertops... for those of you (/us) who are particularly OCD.