Minneapolis-based designer Kirsten Camara created a wooden desk for people to record their lists, notes and doodles. The Analog Memory Desk has two circular handles and a surface that lets the user jot down their thoughts onto a reel of paper.
It enables them to be creative, take note of every moment, and also rediscover the beauty of writing on paper (and not on a computer). Camara writes:
I’ve come to realize that I’m somewhat obsessed with how we remember the past. This is the latest installment in that series and a more serious attempt at furniture making. There are a hundreds of little things that we don’t try to remember every year or even every week. Does the sum of all these tiny parts produce a new narrative on our lives?
The desk is made out of hard maple, 1,100 yards of butcher paper and a glass panel.