Classic Rubber Bands Redesigned as Cubes

Classic Rubber Bands Redesigned as Cubes

Design firm Nendo transforms the everyday office supply with a geometric shape that improves versatility and style

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 22 october 2014

Natural rubber products have been in use since the 1600s B.C., when Mesoamericans such as the Aztecs and Mayans used latex from rubber trees to create new elastic materials. And on March 17, 1845, Stephen Perry patented the rubber band in England. Not much has happened in the world of the rubber band since then, until now.

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