If Ernest Hemingway was a designer, he might never have written A Moveable Feast but invented this moveable kitchen instead. The real culprit behind this mobile invention, however, is Milanese designer Elia Mangia. Its name is Critter, and it comes with a cooktop, sink, garbage disposal and work space. It can also be easily taken apart — just eight screws fasten to hold up the kitchen — and stowed in the car for an kooky cooky road trip; or lifted like a wheelbarrow for a quick stirfry in the garden.
Dinner Etiquette is a series created by Australian art director Sonia Rentsh. She gathered regular, everyday kitchen objects and added life into them to make it all look like formal dinner attires.