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This two notebooks were produced by recycle paper, and the paper¡¦s name (Gokanshi - Five Senses Paper from Japan) indicates that we can sense this paper¡¦s elasticity and thickness when we leaf over it. So I used five different colors to represent each sense, and repeated the numerous green dots to create the image of tree - the fundamental material of paper.
This two notebooks were produced by recycle paper, and the paper¡¦s name (Gokanshi - Five Senses Paper from Japan) indicates that we can sense this paper¡¦s elasticity and thickness when we leaf over it. So I used five different colors to represent each sense, and repeated the numerous green dots to create the image of tree - the fundamental material of paper.
This two notebooks were produced by recycle paper, and the paper¡¦s name (Gokanshi - Five Senses Paper from Japan) indicates that we can sense this paper¡¦s elasticity and thickness when we leaf over it. So I used five different colors to represent each sense, and repeated the numerous green dots to create the image of tree - the fundamental material of paper.
This two notebooks were produced by recycle paper, and the paper¡¦s name (Gokanshi - Five Senses Paper from Japan) indicates that we can sense this paper¡¦s elasticity and thickness when we leaf over it. So I used five different colors to represent each sense, and repeated the numerous green dots to create the image of tree - the fundamental material of paper.
This two notebooks were produced by recycle paper, and the paper¡¦s name (Gokanshi - Five Senses Paper from Japan) indicates that we can sense this paper¡¦s elasticity and thickness when we leaf over it. So I used five different colors to represent each sense, and repeated the numerous green dots to create the image of tree - the fundamental material of paper.
This two notebooks were produced by recycle paper, and the paper¡¦s name (Gokanshi - Five Senses Paper from Japan) indicates that we can sense this paper¡¦s elasticity and thickness when we leaf over it. So I used five different colors to represent each sense, and repeated the numerous green dots to create the image of tree - the fundamental material of paper.
This two notebooks were produced by recycle paper, and the paper¡¦s name (Gokanshi - Five Senses Paper from Japan) indicates that we can sense this paper¡¦s elasticity and thickness when we leaf over it. So I used five different colors to represent each sense, and repeated the numerous green dots to create the image of tree - the fundamental material of paper.
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Ralph Wu
Administrator at The Hole 台北, Taiwan