Jon Ive, now lives the San Francisco, chooses Linn as his HIFI system. I was personally at the Basil Audio by chance, and saw Jeremy @ Basil Audio making/tuning some of his Linn stuffs, possibly the Naim Statement for Ive.
He chooses nice things.
Round eraser , one of the tool . What’s for?
When you use the eraser you can rotate it to obtain a clean fresh surface and avoid smearing graphite and dirty waste eraser over your paper. Far cheaper erasers are available from all good art shops.
Maybe Ive has missed his teachers first design principle: good design is innovative. Oh wait, Ive likes the design principal ‘good design is long-lasting’ more.
I find all these pens and etui’s quite bizar to be honest.
Thanks, didn’t knew it exists
I didn’t saw the link between an Ekos SE and a pencil or eraser. Apart their high cost for each usability of them.
I was rather stumped by the title of the article, how does he use the torque wrench, Ekos and hex key set as a tool of his trade? In fact, to me only picture three answers the description.
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