This is a wooden tidy box with a unique appearance and practicality, and it's a space beautician. With the mass capacity and multiple compartments, it can perfectly organize and store pens and other things, bidding farewell to the messy scenes, clean and tidy. It can not only meet the decoration needs of desktops, living rooms, studios and other environments, but also can meet the demand of space optimization at the same time, bringing efficiency for users.
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The Triangle notebook is a subversive approach to the traditional rectangular notebook. Its triangle shape opens up as a perfect square on which to write. The lines are positioned at 90 degrees on each side. Thus, each ruled page turns into a squared page, if back lit. Its shape makes it easy to carry around and suitable for short notes and drawings.
When one cuts pencil, sawdust is generated. In the triangular flask, sawdust is contained without being hided. I think not to hide is natural, and such a naturalness is beautiful. ‘Acutor’ containing beauty is the pencil cutter considering both its esthetics and practicality.
In short, everything I create, be it for a client, a collaborating partner or a private individual, is designed with the main focus on making people smile. I deliver products and solutions a little out of the ordinary, that engage people emotionally, promote happiness and ensure people love what they are doing, wherever they are and whoever they're there with.
With twenty years in university teaching fine art printmaking and twenty in new art technologies, Bill Ritchie designs a beautiful, functional printing presses apposite to his art, craft and teaching goals. As printmaking is the ancestor of technologies of communication, to add digital communication in his press design came naturally by fitting USB flash memory SME and thereby creating the world's first smart art instrument in his small, beautiful Halfwood printing press.