Novelist Koji Suzuki, author of ‘The Ring’ has chosen to print his novel called “Drop” on toilet paper. The thing is seriously being marketed as “Japan’s creepiest toilet paper”

The whole story is printed on toilet paper, takes place in a public restroom, and can be read in a few minutes.
Toilets in Japan were traditionally tucked away in a dark corner of the house due to religious beliefs. Parents would tease children that a hairy hand might pull them down into the dark pool below.

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360 Paper Bottle

November 27, 2008


The 360 paper water bottle from Brand Image is an attempt to address 60 million plastic bottles thrown away daily in the United States (of which 86% become garbage). The paper vessel is made from 100% renewable food-safe resources, fully recyclable and versatile in a number of potential liquid categories.

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Toilet Paper Wallpaper

November 12, 2008


Toilet paper is one of civilisation’s great invention. Now it has a new function, it can be a functional wallpaper. New design everyday for you to enjoy and not having to worry that it will run out too.
This is actually a 2D wallpaper, but it really inspires me with other ideas.

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3-D Wallpaper

September 3, 2008


 
Hanna Nyman’s 3-D wallpaper invites the user to peel off the outer layer to expose the design underneath.
I wonder if it can be done in multiple layers… so it does not run out so fast…

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