Korean designer Boyeon Oh has designed a set of paper memos to look like a fresh packet of salad.
An alternative to the iconic post-it note, Boyeon Oh's Salad Memos are a collection of note papers in the shape of different ingredients, packaged in their very own salad pot.
Pieces of lettuce and tomato accompany slices of cheese, offering a variety of backgrounds for jotting down notes and messages.
Prior to founding Korean design studio ByBy, Boyeon Oh worked for a furniture company. "I eventually want to do furniture design of my own. But I’m beginning with things that are small, such as the memo notes and fridge magnets," Boyeon told Dezeen.
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