lundi 1 décembre 2008

Elliot | la papeterie responsable


Joli concept que celui de la papeterie d’Elliot qui m'a été présenté cet après-midi par Jean-Daniel Petit. L'idée consiste à éliminer l'enveloppe en transformant le papier à lettres. Grâce à un ingénieux système de pliage et de rabats détachables, on forme l'enveloppe à même la feuille et le tour est joué. Parlez-moi d'un exemple de créativité responsable.

I had a nice visit by Jean-Daniel Petit, an ex and future student of mine. He wanted to present me this very clever concept for his new studio stationary. In fact, the concept literally eliminates the envelope. A simple detachable flap system helps the writing paper transforms into an envelope. This is a perfect example of creativity within environmental constraints. Fantastic!

6 commentaires:

Anonyme a dit…

Woah! vraiment bien!

Le mix parfait de l'éonomiquement rentable et écologiquement responsable quoi :)

Auriez-vous des infos supplémentaire sur les designersde ce concept?

Daniele a dit…

This system is widely used in company letters and bills (at least here in Brazil...).

Sylvain Allard a dit…

Oui il s'agit de jean-Daniel Petit.
Le studio est :
http://www.elliot-elliot.com

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Thanks for your comment Daniele, I'm glad you people in Brazil use that type of idea. I find it to be quite efficient.

ngbling a dit…

Again, not a new concept. It's always about the implementation. Now, only if this was universal and envelopes had to be eliminated...

Jules a dit…

Don't expect major corporations to make such a move, it's not in their nature. It would have to be implemented by law or become popular and hyped by the use of this particular concept (and others..) by more and more smaller companies and regular citizens. In my opinion... Though some corps might become interested by such a concept if they feel it could have a beneficial effect on their image in the eyes of the public. That's why the customers are the key in this equation and that it becomes so important for people to become eager to learn on the nature of things.

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