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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 our shop. For $10 you get a total of 75 markers in 3 different sizes.

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1 Green Marker « noquedanblogs.com { 02.16.10 at 5:49 pm }

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2 ...love Maegan { 02.17.10 at 6:43 pm }

These are AMAZING!

3 ...love Maegan { 02.17.10 at 1:43 pm }

These are AMAZING!

4 MrBrownThumb { 02.17.10 at 9:04 pm }

What an awesome idea. I’d definitely use some of these.

5 MrBrownThumb { 02.17.10 at 4:04 pm }

What an awesome idea. I’d definitely use some of these.

6 Cute: grass blade bookmarks { 02.17.10 at 5:31 pm }

[...] like me, you detest bookmarks, and prefer to use bits of receipts or other unobtrusive scraps. These little grass post-its seem like a fun idea, though — if you don’t have any grass around. Otherwise, yes, it [...]

7 matt { 02.17.10 at 10:45 pm }

Really cool ideal, I only have a few bookmarks but those look like the sort you could leave in your favourite excerpts.

Now I just need to brush up on my Japanese to buy one…

8 matt { 02.17.10 at 5:45 pm }

Really cool ideal, I only have a few bookmarks but those look like the sort you could leave in your favourite excerpts.

Now I just need to brush up on my Japanese to buy one…

9 jennifer edwards { 02.18.10 at 6:16 pm }

How do you order these if you don’t know Japanese?

10 jennifer edwards { 02.18.10 at 1:16 pm }

How do you order these if you don’t know Japanese?

11 Johnny { 02.19.10 at 9:25 am }

Jennifer – we are working on a solution but for now it could be a little difficult!

12 Mitchell Geere { 03.03.10 at 10:53 am }

This should do the trick. http://www.yuruliku.com/shop/e-shop.html

13 Mitchell Geere { 03.03.10 at 5:53 am }

This should do the trick. http://www.yuruliku.com/shop/e-shop.html

14 Mitchell Geere { 03.03.10 at 10:56 am }

I got to it from here http://www.yuruliku.com/greenmarker/shop/shop.html just click international

15 Mitchell Geere { 03.03.10 at 5:56 am }

I got to it from here http://www.yuruliku.com/greenmarker/shop/shop.html just click international

16 FUNctionality | Organizing Ideas & FUNspiration { 03.11.10 at 4:36 pm }

[...] Markers Mark your pages with style with these blades of grass post-its seen on Spoon & Tamago. This would be a nice little conversation starter. I can’t [...]

17 Kimi { 03.14.10 at 11:06 pm }

LOVE THESE!!! Definitely need some.

18 Kimi { 03.14.10 at 6:06 pm }

LOVE THESE!!! Definitely need some.

19 Konica Minolta Art and Eco Awards 2010 | Spoon & Tamago { 04.23.10 at 3:18 pm }

[...] by Megumi Takahashi, an editorial designer. They function almost identically with those grass pagemarkers except these, as curiosity mounts in a certain book, a forest grows, rather than a yard of [...]

20 Garden of Verses | Like Fire { 06.13.10 at 3:25 pm }

[...] bad broken-down chlorophyll is for the life of a book. A good alternative would be Yuruliku’s Green Markers: grassy green post-its in three sizes, which will turn any book into a veritable hothouse of [...]

21 Info { 08.01.10 at 2:02 pm }

Great stuff, love the whole thing

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