Print Stack


Never worry about filling your printer’s paper tray again with “Stack,” Swiss-Japanese designer Muji Yamamoto’s minimal solution to bulky, ugly printers. The simple machine sits atop a stack of paper, feeding itself from below by pulling each sheet up, printing, and resting the finished print on top. Looking to minimize and improve on an electronic device that would not become obsolete, Yamamoto designed Stack to easily fold away in a drawer when not in use, or become a interesting addition to a workroom, with its consistently dwindling pedestal of paper.