|Wendy Bray, illus.|
Serving variously as a pen stand and a handy source of memo paper, these desktop cubes are also bold statements of graphical design. Each measures about 3¼ inches on a side and is drilled with a 12 mm hole in the upper right corner to accept a pencil or pen.
British designer Wendy Bray is known for her distinctive fabric patterns of the mid-20th century. Her lively 1950 pattern of green leaves, "No. 129," is adapted here for this memo block.