leaf letter by neo green and eding:post leaf letter by neo green and eding:post
nov 07, 2010

leaf letter by neo green and eding:post

‘leaf letter’ series

japanese design studios neo-green and eding:post  have collaborated on ‘leaf letter’, a series of postcards, stationary and envelopes in the shape of leaves.

in ancient japan, people used leaves as a tool in which to exchange their messages, which is the origin of hagaki – the japanese postcard. ‘leaf letter’ takes this idea of writing on leaves and brings it into modern times.

with the spread of personal computers and mobile phones, we are beginning to seem further away from nature. can sending a message on a leaf, reduce our distance between nature and one another, by reviving the hand-written letter? hand-written letter on a ‘leaf’

different variations of envelopes

‘leaf letter’ business card samples

neo-green and eding:post have also developed a series of ‘leaf letters’ for printing custom business cards, invitations, letters etc. as a means of still tapping into our technological age, but with the sights and reminder of nature close by.

self-folding envelope

leaf variations as business cards

using the leaves as greeting cards

leaf variations

  • I like the idea, very poetic. it is nice to see a bunch of leave letters together, various shapes and colors.

    alice says:
  • beautiful

    jess says:
  • So beautiful! Love it.

    wagner campelo says:
  • Love it when someone(s) incorporates real life organics into design styles. And to make it functional as well…nicely done!

    Mateo4x4 says:
  • I think the design becomes attractive in this product because it really reflects the real existing(at least it looks like) leaves and its shapes and sizes. Very cool.

    Mana says:

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