Can’t cook? Look good trying with the clever-est knife set we’ve seen in a while. From Belgian industrial designer Mia Schmallenbach, Deglon’s nested stainless steel knives are more sculpture than kitchenware, so expect to pay fine art prices ($574). But consider that along with the stunning visual impact, you’re going to get many more years of use out of these than whatever you’re tempted to buy at Ikea. The set of four knives includes a fileting knife, chef’s knife, carving knife and paring knife. Best of all? Schmallenbach designed the knives using the Fibonacci sequence, with the average width of the human hand as the base variable. Do some Googling if you don’t understand how awesome (and ergonomic) this is. Or just get yourself the knife set here.