Triangle Notebook by Tan Mavitan
Books and notes have always taken the form of rectangles, however, this time, one little nifty product goes beyond the shape to increase productivity. Artist and product designer Tan Mavitan has created a one of a kind notebook that one can immediately spot from first glance. Instead of having straight four corners, one can only find three angles to which this object rests its uniqueness. The smaller size and the new shape makes it easier to carry and more convenient to use.
With an unconventional shape, this dainty little notebook can match with the regular square ones. it has 144 ruled pages, all ready for the notes to be jotted down into its clear leaves. Once backlit, the ruled pages turns into a square one. The notebook is covered in a durable black fabric cover. First showcased in an exhibition in Moscow, this has captured the hearts of triangle lover fans who wants to use a new object for productivity.
The Triangle Notebook has won Ted Mavitan a Golden A’ Award. Because of his unique approach to the traditional notes, his design becomes a perfect utility for leaner pockets yet opens up into a wide new page which can be functionally used. The shape makes it easy to carry around, and is perfect for short notes or bigger drawings. View this project at http://www.tanmavitan.com/graphic.html