Note Roller

July 19, 2017

Note Roller

 

Limited as it may be, my fondest memory of stationary was the annual Summer replenishment prior to returning to School.
 
Making stationary more exciting and certainly more memorable is this tremendously simple 'Note Roller' by George & Willy. Die cut and folded from sheet aluminium, this small but pleasing unit dispenses a paper roll whilst offering a comfortable writing angle. Riveted cross bars retain the paper to the angled surface which, quite thankfully, omits any requirement for adhesives. With very few components and undeniable 'geek appeal', the home-wares brand have indulgently solved a lifelong problem for those who find themselves taking notes whilst on the phone. Available in white or blue, the Note Roller single-handedly makes for a truly functional stationary item.
 
 
"George & Willy is a design studio and workshop who makes life tools. We are naturally curious, we ignore trends and solve problems to enlighten people with objects for everyday use.
 
George & Will met when they were 12 year olds, skiing together at the local hill. They bumped into each other again at University where they were both studying business degrees. With access to the university workshop called the "tin shed," one thing led to another and instead of applying for graduate jobs they found themselves making things and selling them outside the university library. They never really stopped and have turned their child like enthusiasm for making things, into a full-time thing."
 
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The Note Roller by George & Willy.

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The Note Roller by George & Willy.

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"Perfect for shopping lists, phone messages, orders and any day to day note that you are likely to forget." 

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The Note Roller by George & Willy.

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"The serrated blade ensures a smooth tear and the bars keep the paper lying flat against the bracket." 

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The Note Roller by George & Willy.

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The Note Roller by George & Willy.

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