1984. Then designed to give Western people a feeling that in the not too distant future the rule of a totalitarian government may not be such a great idea was translated through a fictional story detailing and warning of the dangers that lay ahead with such power.
A poignant step in trying to overcome losing certain memories through government brainwashing tactics, the character Winston buys a paperweight in an antique store in the prole district. It comes to signify his attempt to reconnect with and remember the past.
Well, this is where we advocate the humble paperweight, not as a piece of history but as desk art. The simple white envelope, a folded piece of A4 paper or the paper aeroplane have inspired the form of these white powder coated steel home accessories. Look after the past, present and future with a little style.