Minimal paper goods give a sculptural twist to common office objects

Nendo recently unveiled a stationery set that combines whimsy with functionality. The “memo block” contains three different sizes of sticky notes in one block. According to the website, this design helps to maximize the “use of these notes in assorted sizes for people to use for various purposes, such as using them as memos, as bookmarks and so forth.”

Instead of buying the sticky notes in all different sizes, you can simply find what you need on one useful block. Not to mention the sculptural aspect of the block: with its minimal white design and quirky shape, it looks more like a decor piece from afar than a functional office supply.

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