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The Fruit Blocks by Ko. Machiyama are Refreshing Stationery

 - Feb 5, 2013
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The Fruit Blocks are a fun alternative to standard memo pads, even the ones available in vibrant colors and fun shapes such as speech bubbles and hearts. Made to look like real fruits, they add a delicious element to homes and offices. Of course, the Fruit Blocks would be perfectly at home in the kitchen for grocery lists, recipes and more.

Designed by Japanese designer Ryosuke Harashima for Yamakoshi + Kapo Project, the Fruit Blocks were impressively illustrated by Ko. Machiyama. As though each piece of paper were a thin slice of fruit, the Fruit Blocks depict the flesh rather the skin of the produce chosen. Made up of apples, oranges and, for those would like something a little more exotic, watermelons, the Fruit Blocks would make a great addition to any stationery collection.