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Canada recalls magnet toys made in China
On December 29, 2023, Health Canada announced a recall of magnet toys made in China.
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The world-leading British fine art brand’s new Chromaflow colour pencils
Produced by Derwent in its U.K. factory based in Keswick; Chromaflow pencils reflect a rich heritage of quality craftmanship dating back to 1832, with each pencil checked for colour accuracy and consistency before leaving the plant. Whether you are colouring, sketching or free drawing, enjoy beautiful, reliable results from artist-quality Chromaflow colour pencils.The world-leading British fine art brand’s new Chromaflow colour pencils are formulated with rich pigments to deliver a bold, vibrant laydown.Chromaflow pencils offer a wide spectrum of highly pigmented colours to leave a smooth colour impression, making blending, layering and shading easy.While inferior pencils can break and damage artwork as a result, the premium core strength of Chromaflow pencils is 3mm which mean they can deal with pressure when sharpening and in use. As each pencil is made, glue is applied to the entire length of the pencil slat, keeping the core in place and leading to less breakage and a more enjoyable creative process.Rachel Cowle, Derwent Global Marketing Director says “At Derwent, we have always understood that art is a journey, and we’re here to support artists every step of the way. The Chromaflow pencils deliver consistent, reliable quality and bring colourful, creative possibilities to our customers at an affordable price. Perfect for artists of all levels; we’re proud to launch these new sets of pencils that can be enjoyed by beginners all the way through to professional artists and we cannot wait to see the art they produce with them.”The Chromaflow line is available in sets of 12 and 24 and it suitable for all colour pencil styles and technics.Each tin set contains an array of colour with smooth texture in every pencil for easy blending and seamless layering. The sets allow the artist to explore colour palettes, drawing inspiration from outside influences such as seasonal colour ways, or portrait / still life due to the depth of range and colour layering options.The Chromaflow range is available at an affordable price in sets of 12 and 24 and can now be purchased at www.derwentart.com and from Amazon and selected art and craft retail stores.
antway
2 years ago
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Do you want a multifunctional stationery like this ?
Finally, A Multi-tool Ruler That Is Actually Useful
antway
2 years ago
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Can You Image This Elephant As A Wooden Stapler
Depending on your profession or the role you play in your household, you may not need a stapler ever. But if you do, you have to agree that stapler is one of the stationery that is anything but eye-pleasing. As such, it is best that it is incognito. You know, like masquerading itself as cute little desk decorations like wooden elephants?If you concur that a stapler needs to look better and also doubles as a cute desktop decor, then the Wooden Elephant Stapler by SUCK UK is for you. The Wooden Elephant Stapler by SUCK UK, which is available in two sizes: Mama and Baby, is also the first made to stand upright stapler.As the product name implies, it is made of wood. And not just any wood; it is made from sustainably grown Beechwood.Mama Wooden Elephant Stapler uses Standard Staples No.16 (24/6) and No.56 (26/6) while Baby Wooden Elephant Stapler uses Mini Staples No.10 (10/4mm).Wooden Elephant Stapler is a product idea by Ste Smith with creatively made by SUCK UK.It sells for US$30 for the small version (Baby Elephant) and US$48.75 for the large model (Mama Elephant). They are pricey for staplers. Then again, they are not just staplers, are they?Images: SUCK UK.
antway
2 years ago
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You Can't Eat These Tasty Sushi,Since They Are Sticky Tapes
I can’t remember when was the last time I reach out for a sticky tape, but I did had wasabi a couple weeks ago to go with some really awesome salmon. Both of those has nothing to do with the SUCK UK Sushi Tape. But wasabi does has in common with sushi, just not these sticky tape. Designed by British illustrator Rosie Upright for novelty goods store, SUCK UK, the Sushi Tape is a set of four decorative paper tapes designed to look just like your favorite Japanese delicacy.As far as product images are concerned, they does look pretty darn realistic. Can you tell which type of sushi are they? You probably can if you are big fan of Japanese cuisine and regularly patronizes Japanese restaurants, but can you tell that they are real sushi? I know right. It almost got you, right? According to official product page, these are “decorative paper washi tapes.” Washi, btw, is a traditional Japanese paper made from local fiber, hand processed following the traditional methodology.However, we are not sure if its the real washi paper that each tape uses since other then sub headline, no where in the product page highlight this. Not that it matters. What matters that it is absolutely whimsical. Like, who knew tapes could be this fun, right? So fun that I would probably not use them if I had them. Anyways, if you want a set, you can acquire it from SUCK UK website for $13. It is also selling on Amazon for $11.33. Your choice.Images: SUCK UK.
antway
2 years ago
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When Ruler Set At a Practical 30° Angle
Unless you are student, or a person who does technical stuff or draws, you probably hadn’t look at a ruler for the longest time. If you are one of the aforementioned, or someone who just need a cool ruler, then you may want to take a look at 30° Ruler 4.0 by Orangered Life.30° Ruler 4.0, as the name explicitly implies, features a 30° slope that makes it easy to pick up without sliding it to the edge of the desk. Having an angled ruler also allows you to read measurements without leaning over and also makes it safer to be use as a cutting guide.It also helps that every tick mark is labelled, so counting lines to determine the exact measure is a thing of the past.It further features dual units of measurements (namely, centimeters and inches), start from zero at the edge of the roller, non-slip design, and laser engraved markings that is totally scratch proof. It also promised accurate measurement, but I am not scientist, so I can’t say how that can be assured.
antway
2 years ago
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ForeverPen:A Tiny That Writes Last Forever
I know what I am about to say may not be relevant in this digital age, but if, just if you ever found yourself in need for a writing instrument and cannot find a pen or pencil, then perhaps you will want to check out ForeverPen from the World’s Tiniest.Billed as the world’s smallest inkless pen, ForeverPen is smaller than the distal phalanx of a grown person’s index finger. It is impossibly small, IMHO, and yet, small enough to write.It is tiny enough to be attached to a key ring which means it will always be easily accessible. Perhaps most importantly is, it never needs refilling. It can practically write for forever.The magic lies in the material; a hard-wearing Silver tip made from Silver composite that is you write permanently, anywhere – even when upside down, and on anything.The Silver tip is born out of material science and modern engineering, derived from centuries old drawing technique called silverpoint, a craft known to be used by the legendary artist and inventor Leonardo DaVinci.The tip is super tough too, last a lifetime or perhaps even longer, and while it writes legibly on any surface, it won’t smudge your hands even you accidentally come into contact with it.Speaking of the tip, it is paired to a choice of metal materials, including Titanium, Copper, and Copper + Zinc.And oh, did we mention that ForeverPen is not just for writing? It is a multi-tool too. The Silver tip is tough enough for tearing through packages and boxes and prying open lids.ForeverPen was a successfully funded Kickstarter campaign which ended recently. Fret not if you missed it like myself because, it is now on Indiegogo InDemand where you can pre-order one for £25 or more (US$35 or more), with shipping to happen in August 2021.
antway
2 years ago
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A Ruler OR A Pen Sleeve ?
How many times have you found yourself having a ruler and without a writing instrument to draw, or vice versa? Whether not if have this unfortunate experience, it does not matter. What matters is, there is a tool that will not leave you in such predicament.TA+d One 3 Ruler with Integrated PeMeet the TA+d One 3, an aerospace-grade aluminum scale ruler with Pilot FriXion erasable pen neatly integrated into it. The scale ruler has a magnetic feature that allows the companion pen to align perfectly into the sleeve/ruler and stay where it should until it is ready to be used.The triangular cross-section ruler also features rubber protected tips that allow you to carry out contactless interaction such as when punching numbers at an ATM. The rubber ends also double as handy erasers for, well, easing.
antway
2 years ago
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How do you let the other party know how you look under the mask?
Not knowing how business associates look is a norm today because half of everyone’s face is covered by a face mask. So how do you let the other party know how you look under the mask? Well, you could have your portrait printed on a business card, or you could up the ante by having an image of the bottom half of your face on the card and let your business partner match it to your mask-wearing face:Yes. It may sound rather superfluous, but I have no doubt that it is a conversation starter and a thing that will set a deep impression on your clients/business partners. More importantly, this novel business card design known as Smile Meishi (スマイル名刺) has gotten its creator, Nagaya Printing Co., Ltd., the media buzz.The more-than-a-century old Japanese company had created quite a buzz last year with its business card on a face mask, but that was just the start. And to be honest, having something printed on a face mask is not quite a conversation starter like this.Now, the best part is, the Smile Meishi business card is a thing money can buy. Well, at least, it is in Japan. It is available from a dedicated website where it can be ordered for 1,320 yen for 20 pieces (about US$12).All images courtesy of Nagaya Printing Co., Ltd. [JP].
antway
2 years ago
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Help save our planet’s resources by use B2P Ecoball ballpoint
"At Pilot, we are convinced that we all have a power: the power to write a more responsible and more optimistic chapter for the future of our planet. Preserving our environment has guided our thinking for a long time, and all our actions drive us to do better with less."DO BETTER WITH LESS represents Pilot’s determination to limit their ecological impact while raising their standards for manufacturing, quality, and innovation. In 2006, Pilot were already precursors by recycling plastic water bottles to turn them into Pilot B2P pens.In 2021, they have gone even further in the “From bottle to pen” logic and for the first time in the world, their B2P range will include, as part of its composition, plastic waste reclaimed from beaches. To retrieve this waste, they are collaborating with Terracycle, the global leader in recycling. What’s more, the range is expanding with the B2P Ecoball, made of 86.64%* recycled plastic bottles of which 2.5%** are recycled ocean plastic.This retractable, refillable ballpoint offers great writing comfort with a smooth-flowing ink that’s available in black, blue, red, and green. An effective, fun, and highly innovative way to take part in the fight against sea pollution.Together, we can all make a difference and help save our planet’s resources.By producing a Begreen B2P Ecoball ballpoint pen with recycled plastic, Pilot is reducing the carbon footprint of the pen compared to the same pen produced without recycled plastic. But it does not stop there, by refilling it at least 3 times, you would be offsetting the carbon dioxide emissions too. From the manufacturing through to the end of the product life, it is estimated that buying this Begreen pen and refilling it 3 times reduces the total environmental impact of the pen by -85%*** compared to buying an additional 3 new pens.Declaration: This article comes from Stationery Matters,If any copyright issues are involved, please contact us to delete.
antway
2 years ago
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