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Category: Home Living
Client: IDEO (U.S.)
Design: IDEO (U.S.)
I Miss My Pencil is a book containing 12 design experiments developed by an industrial designer and a material scientist. Materials are the starting point for each design exploration, and the objects created each have a story to tell. In “SmellBell” they tried to create a connection between scent and memory while in “Trademark” they explored the potential combination of Chinese craft and modern technology design.