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.
This is a sleek and modern design staple-free stapler, this staple-free stapler can "staple" together up to 5 sheets of 64g /m paper. The internal cutting mechanic cuts out tiny strips of paper from each sheet and stitches them together by one press and the sheets of paper will be affixed together. We are the original inventor for the staple free stapler, we are keeping on making new looks and refresh our design, now, we have more than 10 different looks in our family and hope one of them will be in your pocket.
This product is a solution for a common problem. The problem is that sketch boards are not fitting into designers' stylish small bags! The idea is inspired by this fact that designers usually roll big sketching papers to fit them into their small bags! The product is made of a series of poly-wood segments shaped by C.N.C those are sticking to a strong piece of fabric by a special glue. This structure can provide a reliable and flat sketch board on one side while user can roll it from another side easily. "Roll it" helps designers have their big sketch boards in their bags everywhere.
Aiming to solve an everyday problem on books, Corneround covers and protects the corners of books with its rounded, flexible surface. Designed as a 4-pack set, silicon protectors can be used with notebooks, agendas or even stack of papers. Besides individual use, it helps in transportation and reduces damage that occurs in shipping process. Featuring bright colors tailored for readers’ taste, Corneround can be specialized for brand logos such as publishers.
Stationery set in shape of cube including box for paper clips, box for stickers and pens holder. The main idea of Cubix is to create an "organized chaos". No one's no secret that workplace order is very important. However, many people like the so-called creative mess. The solution of this little contradiction was the basis of the concept of Cubix. Due to elasticity of the red rods almost anything that scattered all over the table can be inserted into the pencil holder at any angle, from pens and pencils all of the sizes to paper and stickers.
The name of this design is called máolus – meaning máo bi (Chinese brush) + stylus. In Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, it is practiced in a unique way that requires the user to hold the brush in a vertical gesture. Moreover, the tip of the brush is always kept pointed for easier control of brush stroke width. The nylon rope at the end of the brush is a salute to the traditional Chinese brush design. Overall, the máolus is a combination of Chinese heritage with today’s technology, integrating the past wisdom into future possibility.