Chinese-Canadian designer Kitmen Keung has developed a silicone made mouse pad, inspired by a sheet of A4 paper.
The 5mm thick, A4-size silicone piece brings together the convenience of a mouse pad and a resting place for tiny desktop accessories such as clips, coins and pencils in the form of an inwards sloping edge.
Available in charcoal gray, orange and cambridge blue, its wide corrugated secondary surface pulls round objects towards the carved slot much like a magnet.
The top surface of the mouse pad is finished with a layer of oven-baked polyurethane coating with tiny micro grids on it, which results in a noiseless, low-friction but rough textured surface.
Photography Greg Lin.