Green Marker | Yuruliku
Easy-going Japanese design duo Yuruliku, comprised of Bananao and Kinue Oneda, get their pleasure from designing the smaller things in life. Their prime focus is on stationary but their awesome tote bags that I featured on this site back in ’08 have always been my favorite. Just announced last week, their latest design is grass-shaped post its that serve as page markers. The accumulation of interest or curiosity creates a blossoming tuft of grass.
They are currently available only through yuruliku’s online shop. For 700 yen you get a total of 75 markers in 3 different sizes.
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