Japanese consultancy nendo has designed a selection of new stationery.
This includes the u-note and sa-note notebooks, where the lines on each page progressively fade towards the bottom.
The u-note features fewer lines than the sa-note. The consultancy says the u-note is aimed more towards people who work on “intuition and feeling”, while the sa-note is aimed more at those who are “logical thinkers”.
The consultancy has also designed post-it notes into three shapes of a square, large rectangle and small rectangle, which can be unified into a single shape. The consultancy says the notes are in “assorted sizes for people to use for various purposes, such as for memos and bookmarks.”
All photos courtesy of Akihiro Yoshida