lunchbox Design

Collection by Travis Okeefe

Travis Okeefe
Papilla is a creative food carrying and battery powered heating concept with USB compatibility It supports healthy eating and bringing nutritious food anywhere desired in a quick and easy way. Gadgets And Gizmos, Cool Gadgets, Bento Box, Lunch Box, Lunch Time, Spinach Stuffed Chicken, Slow Cooker Soup, Healthy Eating Habits, Food Containers

Papilla lunchbox makes carrying and reheating food easier

Keeping a packed lunch warm and heating food on the go is quite a challenge for weight watchers, office workers and people who prefer home cooking. The problem has been addressed in part by hotboxe…

LEGO Lunchbox - Online retailer Firebox has recently released a LEGO lunchbox for purchase on their site. For only LEGO fans can rejoice with a new and. Diy Lego, Boite A Lunch, Little Lunch, Lego Storage, Box Storage, Everything Pink, Dose, E Design, Clever Design

LEGO Lunchbox

While there are plenty of cool lunch boxes available, like the Star Trek Lunchbox and Sandwich Lunchbox, none are as dramatically different as the LEGO Lunchbox. Rather than being a regular metal lunch box that is printed with a Lego theme, this one actually is a giant plastic building brick. The

OmieBox: Hot Cold Food in 1 Lunchbox by OmieLife — Kickstarter. A lunchbox for hot and cold food so you can send your kids' favorite meals. Simple and easy to use, OmieBox makes every lunch perfect. Cold Lunches, Cold Meals, Breakfast Food List, Breakfast Recipes, Parfait, Lunchbox Design, Vera Bradley, Healthy Kids, Healthy Recipes

OmieBox: The Healthier Lunch Box for Kids

This innovative, colorful easy-to-use lunch box for children focuses on form and function, as well as helping them develop healthy habits early on.

If I had a job where I needed to bring my lunch I would totally get a bento box, this one is the Ojue by Metaphys. Modern Lunch Boxes, Cool Lunch Boxes, Bento And Co, Bento Box Lunch, Tupperware, Kyoto, Lunchbox Design, Japanese Bento Box, School Lunch

The Coolest Lunch Box in Japan

Seriously, have you ever seen a lunch box even 1/1000th as cool as this bento box? Created by Japanese industrial designer Chiaki Murata