“Printing with a pencil stub.”

March 22, 2010 at 8:52 pm 2 comments

Hoyoung Lee’s concept for a Pencil Printer recently caught my attention as a very fun (and nice-looking) way to print lots without feeling guilty about using paper. In the world of architecture, it’s tricky to move people towards doing mark-ups and revisions with software like Acrobat instead of with a classic red pen. I definitely wish the Pencil Printer was in production so that we could get one for my office!

March 22’s daily design idea is what do (or could) you do to save paper at your work?

See more of Lee’s designs, and the work of others, on Yanko Design.

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  • 1. “Century Green.” « Daily Design Idea  |  April 13, 2010 at 8:04 pm

    […] The Chronicle’s online comment section for the article is full of other tips on how do reduce ink when printing, but my favorite is still the conceptual Pencil Printer. […]

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  • 2. “Century Green.” « Daily Design Idea  |  October 26, 2010 at 9:51 pm

    […] The Chronicle’s online comment section for the article is full of other ideas on how do reduce ink usage when printing, but my favorite is still the conceptual Pencil Printer. […]

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