This Realistic Lettuce Notepad Is Great For Jotting Down Fresh Ideas – Design You Trust

This Realistic Lettuce Notepad Is Great For Jotting Down Fresh Ideas

Are you still writing notes and reminders on square note pads? Do you love fresh lettuce? If you’re in the middle of that Venn diagram, then you may want to add this cool product to your grocery list.

Moe: Geo Design (jp) h/t: grapee

Fresh from the folks at Geo Design, a Japanese design brand with a knack for food-themed stationery and household goods, this notepad looks for all the world like a head of iceberg lettuce as it might appear in a Japanese supermarket or grocery store, right down to the packaging.

So how do you write on lettuce? Well, you pull out a sheet. Each one is attached to the core just like a real head of lettuce.

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