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The Letter Display has become a firm favourite of ours, ideal for planning, jotting down ideas or as an interchangeable menu board. It's the perfect creative template for the cafe, home or studio. Here's how we like to use ours.

Menu Board. Seasons change and so should the food on your menu. The Letter Display allows you to design what's on offer, and share it creatively with your customers. 

 Chart Your Success. By making a physical note of your goals, you're more likely to achieve them. Use the Letter Display to remind yourself of everything that's important.

Have fun. Lighten the mood with a fun saying. 

Split it up. The Letter Display can be put to any number of things. We particularly like when it's split up and used as individual signs. 

 

Stay present. Sometimes its all to easy to get caught up in the pace and technology of the world and it's important to take stock of the good things. Use the Letter Display to spell out a thoughtful motto to remind you to live in the moment. Here's a personal favourite of ours...

Brush your teeth. Set the Letter Display up in multiple rooms, as a gentle reminder to brush your teeth, or eat your greens. 

 

 

These are only a few ways to use the Letter Display. Its uses are endless and only limited to your imagination. Head over here to view the product. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“We wake up every morning and unlock the workshop, have a cup of tea and are excited to work with honest materials to create beautiful products for you”

George, Co Founder

“We wake up every morning and unlock the workshop, have a cup of tea and are excited to work with honest materials to create beautiful products for you”

George, Co Founder

“We wake up every morning and unlock the workshop, have a cup of tea and are excited to work with honest materials to create beautiful products for you”

George, Co Founder

George & Willy is a design studio and workshop who makes life tools.“We are naturally curious, we ignore trends and solve problems to enlighten people with objects for everyday use.” George & Will met when they were 12 year olds, skiing together at the local hill. They bumped into each other again at University where they were both studying business degrees. With access to the university workshop called the “tin shed,” one thing led to another and instead of applying for graduate jobs they found themselves making things and selling them outside the university library. They never really stopped and have turned their child like enthusiasm for making things, into a full-time thing.

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