Tantalizing Crates of Apples and Pears are Actually Boxes of Notepads

These adorable fruit-shaped notepads deliver the power of paper with the charm of nature's harvest. From a distance, the notepads look like realistic apples and pears, but up close it's plain to see that the bounty is really comprised of cut, dyed and sculpted blank pages. The notepad stems are made from real twigs, and they're even packaged like grocery store shipments in paper crates with individual, protective Styrofoam wrapping.

These delightful office supplies are named “kudamemo” as a play on the Japanese word for fruit, kudamono. They're so tantalizing that tearing off a slice to scribble down a note is irresistible.

via [Spoon & Tamago]

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