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Salad Notepaper Encourages Imaginative Scribbles [Pics]

Salad Notepaper Encourages Imaginative Scribbles [Pics]
Design

Leafy greens won't fill you up, but it will help retain great ideas.

Ross Brooks
  • 11 july 2013

Korean designer Boyeon Oh has created a different kind of salad that you can bring to work with you everyday, one that you can write all over.

Designed to look exactly like a packet of fresh salad, the green leaf offering is actually a collection of note papers in the shape of different ingredients – even coming in their very own salad pot.

While it won’t do much to satiate your hunger halfway through the day, it will certainly give you a more interesting way to take notes. The chances of noticing a tomato on your desk vs. a post-it-note seem to be much higher.

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Pieces of lettuce and tomato accompany slices of cheese, offering a variety of backgrounds for jotting down notes and messages.

The salad notepad is Oh’s attempt at smaller pieces of design before he moves on to his own furniture designs.

Boyeon Oh

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