Given up trying to wrench paper from the clenched jowls of a printer that has greedily hoovered up too many pages at once and then choked, coughed a bit and paused, flashing a big lit-up-in-red NO at you? Well worry not as recent design graduate from Ecole Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne Mugi Yamamoto is here to take all of our printer foibles away with his incredible new design Stack.
Designed to eat its way through up to 200 sheets of A4 paper at a time, this brilliant printer can be left to its own devices as it works its way down the pile, cleverly crafted to be able to balance all of its labours on top of it. And it looks great, minimal in white, freed from the array of elusive buttons that no one can possibly know what they really do. Printing has never been so fun.
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