Maybe scary things just go together? Why else would this shark and knife look so right? Created by the design studio Propaganda, this sharpener is aptly named "Jaws" and has a no-slip bottom for stability. It may not be super heavy duty, but if you just have a few kitchen knives it's a good option for giving them a refresh every few months.
A Shark Sharpener Makes Knives Extra Menacing By Association
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