Use The City Erasers To Turn Your Desk Into A Miniature Metropolis

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Erasers come in all shapes and forms. If you spend your free time building tabletop urban dioramas, these City Erasers are the ones you’ll want to have bundled in a cup on your desk, so you can get your city-building fix whenever there’s a little downtime at work.

Made by Suck UK, it’s a set of erasers that resemble buildings from various cities. If you’re the type of person who still works with a pencil, you can use them to erase mistakes on drafts, notes, and drawings. If not, just use them as the perfect excuse to have city-building toys stashed in the work desk, ready to become a bustling metropolis when you’re ready to work your city-planning magic.

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The City Erasers come in three sets: New York, Paris, and London. Every set comes with four erasers, each one cast in the shape of a familiar landmark in the city. All of the erasers measure between 1 to 1.5 inches, making them just the right size to play with, all while being non-intrusive on your desk. Just lay down some paper roads between each row of buildings you set up and your desk can look like a legit-looking miniature city.

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Available now, the City Erasers are priced at £3 a set.

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2 Responses

  1. cook

    I wish these were out fifteen years ago. I would have loved to give them to my boss at the full service deli (cooked lunches – salads- cakes- and luncheon meats). She used pencil for all her profit and loss, scheduling, and inventories. For our Christmas secret santa week, I bought her a pack of pencil erasers. Wish I could have bought her something as cool as these instead of the rainbow colors I got her. These pencil erasers are too pretty to use, though, really.

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  2. franchesca

    i think these are really cute, and definitely would be welcomed in the average office environment! i especially like the designs, and it’s really unique how they’re different buildings and popular structures. being less than 2″ long each seems to make them very practical for actual-usage. this honestly seems like it would be any architects dream to have a few sets of these bad-boys in the office! i love the New York ones, these are at best a great new way to do your writing and drawing. i don’t see anything wrong with putting some of these up on a shelf or even the dining room table to add a little unique style to it and a personalized touch from global landmarks–talk about a discussion piece!

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