George & Willy Studio Roller

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New Zealand-based furniture designers George Wilkins and William McCallum inadvertently created the Studio Roller when they dug up a discarded roll of butcher's paper and mounted it to the wall, using it as a continuous scratchpad for brainstorming ideas and making lists. It caught the attention of workshop visitors, leading George and Willy to develop the roller for others. The Studio Roller is a simple wall-mounted bracket that dispenses kraft paper, ideal for menu displays, schedules, notes, and doodles. The powder-coated aluminum bracket comes in black or white and fits a variety of universal kraft rolls for a simple, functional display in your home, office, or business.