Bricknote is a Heavy-Duty Scratchpad That Loses Points for Portability

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Apr 30, 2013 • References:
The Bricknote is not the sort of thing you can expect to carry in your wallet or stick to the refrigerator. Unlike to common paper memo, this one is exceptionally bulky, heavy and certainly not portable.

But what Antonio Maria Privitera's quirky object does do is assert the weight and importance of whatever is scrolled across it. Use chalk on the blackboard surface to leave your message and place the rectangular block anywhere that it might possibly get in somebody's way, and consequently get noticed. The Bricknote can be a paperweight on a desk, a door stop between rooms or a mere obstacle. It would prove useful in delivering reminders that are work-related, domestic-related and personal. Stats for Cumbersome Masonry Memos Trending: Older & Chilly
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