31 May 2013

A Paper Mill-Inspired Desk That Lets You Doodle On Its Surface

Minneapolis-based designer Kirsten Camera has created a desk that looks like a paper mill—allowing users to doodle on its surface.

Called the ‘Analog Memory Desk’, the desk features two circular handles that you can attach a large ream of paper to.

By turning the handles, users can have a clean workstation after they have doodled on the existing surface.

Users can also return and see their previous drawings and writings by turning the handle the other way around.

As its name suggest, the table aims to rediscover the beauty of analog and writing on paper.

[via Kirsten Camera]