Toolkit by Bertrand Besnard Presents the Often Forgotten Office Supplies

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 13, 2012 • References: bertrandbesnard &
A workstation stash is nothing without the presence of paper fasteners, but inconveniently, those tiny pieces are very easy to lose. Toolkit by Bertrand Besnard is a playful adaptation of the conventional pen holder which serves to present one plainly with the nuts and bolts of a productive desk.

Each of the four implements is elevated on the end of a pencil-sized stick to position its tip above the rim of the container. A delightful green triangle holds a cluster of 20 thumbtacks and a spatula-like paddle is fastened with a row of paperclips.

The other two utensils in this desktop Toolkit by Bertrand Besnard are a magnifying glass and a clock. The former helps one locate the small and essential bits and pieces, while the latter reminds you to stay on task.

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