Depending on your profession or the role you play in your household, you may not need a stapler ever. But if you do, you have to agree that stapler is one of the stationery that is anything but eye-pleasing. As such, it is best that it is incognito. You know, like masquerading itself as cute …
That’s right, folks. There are more Evangelion-themed work tools. Joining the myriad of functional tools, which include hand tools, Dremel-like power tools, are the A.T. Field x Hakko Dial-type Temperature Controlled Soldering Iron and A.T. Field x Olfa Cutter NERV Model and A.T. Field x Olfa Cutter Mat A3 NERV Model.
Not knowing how business associates look is a norm today because half of everyone’s face is covered by a face mask. So how do you let the other party know how you look under the mask? Well, you could have your portrait printed on a business card, or you could up the ante by having …
Am I the only person who thinks that physical writing materials are irrelevant in this digital age? If you beg to differ and is a fan of Automobili Lamborghini who uses a notebook, well then, Moleskine and Lamborghini has just the right product for you.
How many times have you found yourself having a ruler and without a writing instrument to draw, or vice versa? Whether not if have this unfortunate experience, it does not matter. What matters is, there is a tool that will not leave you in such predicament.
A regular person has a regular ruler. A handy person, on the other hand, will have the MultiRuler Multitool Ruler. MultiRuler is a multi-tool AND a ruler. Obviously, multi-tool with ruler is not new. However, I assure you that you probably won’t think those as “rulers” after you have seen the MultiRule.
Unless you are student, or a person who does technical stuff or draws, you probably hadn’t look at a ruler for the longest time. If you are one of the aforementioned, or someone who just need a cool ruler, then you may want to take a look at 30o Ruler 4.0 by Orangered Life.
Here’s a super dope desk tidy to join the Bandai AT-AT Desk Tidy and AT-AT Tape Dispenser for the ultimate Star Wars-theme desk setup. What you see here is the Star Wars Space Slug Desk Organizer from Regal Robot.
Our brain may not be able to ‘shred’ information that we have seen, i.e. unseen what you have seen, but in the case of maker/tinkerer/mad inventor Simone Giertz, her brain certainly can literally turn paper into shreds.
We can see ourselves featuring stationery like writing instruments, but an eraser? Like, what is there to talk about with this seemingly forgettable stationery which we probably don’t use after we are done with schools? Probably nothing, or so we thought. Folks, what you see here is the an eraser from Japanese stationery company Seed …