So many ideas run through our minds on a daily basis that it can be hard to keep up with our own thought processes, a task the Analog Memory Desk is more than capable of handling.
Created by designer Kirsten Camara, this basic wooden escritoire harks back to the days when pencil and paper were the norm and virtual technology had yet to make its interference with people’s everyday lives. Covered in a giant sheet of paper, the desk allows the user to write, doodle and jot down thoughts as they occur, with handles that turn the paper along, allowing for continuous free thought.
After it is completely filled up, the sheet roll from the Analog Memory Desk can be kept as a physical record.
Keep a Record of the Day-to-Day with the Analog Memory Desk
Gil Cohen — May 31, 2013 — Art & Design