• As a child, the author often baked berry pies (mostly cherry) with his mother and grandmother. They often used hair pins  to get rid of cherry stones, but this process was rather juice-spitting and quite inconvenient. 
  • Now there is a large amount of different pitter models, but it seems to us that only few of them are really emotional, easy-to-use and really fit the arm. Thus, an idea of the "Pitty" came up to the mind. A pitter that could be easily used by one hand (both for left-handed and right-handed persons), that may take a cherry from the holder like pincers and push a stone out by a gentle pressing. 

    The device itself is a solid plastic construction without any small parts, it is easy-to-wash and is resistant to compliance. The upper part of the spout bends under the pressure and returnes to its primary position when weakening the press. 
  • The size is comfortable to use both by a child and by an adult. The shape is worked out specially for easier fixation between the forefinger and the middle finger. 
  • Discuss the concept in this post or in our Russian blog. All photos of the process in our flickr and one of them is here:
  • The second prototype.
  • Idea, art direction and project-management : Anton Guglya.
    Modelling, visualization: Igor Matveev, Anton Altunian.
    Visualization and retouch:  Lena Shabaeva.
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