As lovers of traditional pen and paper, anything that makes access easier to it – all the better (remember this?). Kozen Gray is the latest to make sketch time more convenient with Moku, a simple, minimalist wooden box that holds a roll of sketch paper. Sketchbooks are great and all but sometimes a page isn’t enough room to draw what you had in mind. Moku is flexible and lets you unroll as much paper as you need as you’re going.
Gray was inspired by his grandfather’s old Chinese scrolls that he wrote on and that is where Moku began. It looks just like a block of wood but it’s hiding paper for you so you can get your sketch on.