Beetletip 3-way Marker Pink
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Kokuyo's Beetle Tip Marker is a prime example of an Kokuyo Design Award entry going to market. It won the Excellence Award in 2007. Beetle Tip Marker is a fluorescent marker and its nib looks like a beetle's horn. With a single nib, you can draw three types of lines:...
Kokuyo's Beetle Tip Marker is a prime example of an Kokuyo Design Award entry going to market. It won the Excellence Award in 2007. Beetle Tip Marker is a fluorescent marker and its nib looks like a beetle's horn. With a single nib, you can draw three types of lines: thick lines, thin lines, double lines (enclosed lines), and unlike the conventional twin marker, there is no need to change the top and bottom of the pen to change on the line thickness.
Won Kokuyo Design Awards Excellence Award in 2007Made in Japan
Made in Japan
Kokuyo Design Awards: Making things from the perspective of the people who use them.
"Kokuyo Design Award" started from 2002 and aims to make commercial products from the entries. From the award-winning artwork in the past, a total of 18 entries have gone from the contest to the market.
Ask a Japanese person and chances are he or she has used a Kokuyo Campus notebook throughout his student years. In this Kokuyo is a big name, but it goes beyond this. Kokuyo was founded in 1905, soon becoming the industry leader in paper products (from account books to letter paper, forms and notebooks). In 1960 Kokuyo has ventured into a transition "from paper to metal", producing their first filing cabinet. With the economy of that day and age (increasing complexity of administration x economic growth), there was a growing demand for know-how (filing systems) and office supplies (paper products) to manage the ever-mounting pile of paperwork effectively.
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Imagine an Office Depot catalogue, ranging from office supplies, filing system to facility management. Think of the total number of brands and suppliers in this Office Depot catalogue. Kokuyo's Catalogue is exactly this, but all items fall under their own brand. The product range is huge.
Here in Amsterdam, we flicked through the pages of this catalogue, in awe of its magnitude, smiled by some smart office solution and stationery items and surprised by the variety of products. From this catalogue, the Think of Things selection in their Harajuku, Tokyo store, and the Kokuyo Design Awards, we realized Kokuyo is true to its heritage, but also constantly thinking and moving forward.
At Misc-store, both in our Amsterdam shop as online, we proudly carry some of Kokuyo's earlier steel desk items. The designs have not changed since their product launch. We also carry their famed Campus notebooks and some of their contest to market entries form their Kokuyo Design Award, such as the beetle tip marker and the Kadokeshi Eraser.
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Founded in 1905, Kokuyo quickly became the industry leader in paper products — from account books to letter paper, forms and notebooks.
In 1960, Kokuyo ventured into a transition “from paper to metal”, producing their first filing cabinet. With the economy of that day and age — increasing complexity of administration x economic growth — there was a growing demand for know-how and office supplies to manage the ever-mounting pile of paperwork effectively.
Over the years, Kokuyo has developed various products that enrich lives. That feeling when you open up a fresh new notebook and see the blank page. That feeling when you put pen to paper and let the ideas flow out. Whether through stationery, furniture, or spatial design, Kokuyo strives to unleash people's inner creativity.
Creation is an expression of uniqueness. Bringing out people’s individuality contributes toward a better future. Kokuyo continues to stimulate people’s inner creativity to bring out their uniqueness.