As winner of the Kokuyo Design Award of 2002, this 28-corner eraser has quite a reputation. Invented by Japanese product designer and art director, Hideo Kambara, the Kadokeshi eraser excels in both aesthetic design and physical practicality. Kadokeshi is a Japanese combination of the words, corner (kado) and eraser (keshigomu). The 28 corners of this eraser ensure that there is always a sharp corner and straight edge for precise erasing. This eraser was included in MoMA’s 2004 “Humble Masterpieces” exhibition and now exists as part of the Museum’s permanent collection. This Kadokeshi 28-corner eraser is available individually or as a pack of interconnecting erasers for even more sharp edges!
- Dimensions: 5 x 2 x 2 cm
Kokuyo started in 1905. Their mission is to solve the small problems people encounter in their work and daily lives. Many products from them come with a small clever twist to improve an existing idea.