Bruce Louis for Art-Sheep
These cute notepads that come in shapes of fruits are a unique combination of the competence of paper and nature’s yield. If you look at them from afar, the notepads resemble real apples and pears, but once you get close enough you realise what they truly are: blank pages that are dyed, cut and put together in an elaborate way. They come with stems made of real twigs and are packed in paper crates, like real grocery, wrapped individually in Styrofoam.
Their name is “Kudamemo“, which is a word play for “kudamono” [=fruit in Japanese]. They are so enticing, you will find it difficult to resist tearing a page to take a note.