A Page of Light

There’s always those moments when you need light and can’t quite flip the switch or out in public in some dimly lit restaurant that makes it impossible to read the menu. Why do they do that??? I digress to a more serene note. I find this happens when I’m reading. I don’t want to light up the whole room so something like the Lightleaf is perfect. Almost as thin as paper, the entire surface illuminates to a satisfying glow. Now sure how it works but the designer says it’s wirelessly rechargeable. I assume induction.


Designer: Valentina Trimani

Lightleafs - Lamp Bookmarker by Valentina Trimani

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22 Comments

  • MMonteiro says:

    Prezados,
    Gentileza nos informar como adquiro um papel luz.
    Atenciosamente
    MMonteiro (BR)
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    Dear,
    Kindness to find out how I acquire a paper shines.
    Respectfully
    MMonteiro (BR)
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  • Lamah says:

    Huh? Why does it cast as much light right into your face as it does onto the page? What purpose does that serve except to blind you so that you can’t see anything?

  • Arthurist says:

    This loses to Lightwedge in terms of book reading. The only light that needs to be visible is the one reflected from a page.

    “There’s always those moments when you need light and can’t quite flip the switch or out in public in some dimly lit restaurant that makes it impossible to read the menu. Why do they do that???” – what about your cellphone? Also, I’m yet to see a restaurant that has a light source so poor that you can’t read.

  • Chris G says:

    just as a first comment, I would like to say that this site is amazing and I cannot stop browsing through the different pages. I would like to point out, however, that some of the introductory paragraphs to the products are actually grammatically incorrect, and while grammar does not matter nearly as much as proper sentence forming, there is that too. So please, if it is possible, could someone go back through and spell check and make sure the sentences make sense too?

  • Chris G says:

    just as a first comment, I would like to say that this site is amazing and I cannot stop browsing through the different pages. I would like to point out, however, that some of the introductory paragraphs to the products are actually grammatically incorrect, and while grammar does not matter nearly as much as proper sentence forming, there is that too. So please, if it is possible, could someone go back through and spell check and make sure the sentences make sense too?

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