Why do we make paper products?

We started with a lot of different materials in 2017, but we collected data from the internet in 2017, and benchmark about energy and water to produce different materials. Data shows that paper requires less energy and water to produce.

Energy MJ/kg Water L/kg
Cotton 90 – 158 ~ 1900
Polyester 136 – 196 82 – 165
Flax 31 – 105 177
Wool 52 – 110 75 – 328
Lyocell 89 – 193 131
Paper 10-36 17 – 64

We do not work with production so we could not get the exact figure. But we carefully select the paper we use from reliable source. The washable craft paper we used were from Germany and the trees were harvest from a sustainable source. It is a leather like paper which has a lot of strength and age like leather, biodegradable, but the cost is very high compare to ordinary paper and fabric.

Besides, we also select recycled paper in our hand-tag or visit card.

We do our best. When consumers like our products and we product in bigger amount, we will have more influences in the whole supply chain, which will make a positive impact to the environment.

Woodless / Mechanical water colour pencils

Woodless colour pencils / water colour does not contain any wood or paper around, and it contains 4 times as much pigment core as an ordinary colour pencils. The users can use every bits of the colour in their drawing.

The Mechanical colour pencils comes with spare pigment cores, so the users only need to refill the cores when finished. Furthermore, we have designed a un-coloured packaging for this sets, so the users can have fun customizing their own package.

The quality is premium, easy to draw, and can be painted with water.

The product passes EN71-3 and EN71-9 standards, which means it contains no harmful substances and is safe for children.

We hope you will like it.

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The 3-horned rhino logo

Many people asked if it is a dinosaur, and what is the meaning behind.

In 2016, someone spotted a 3-horned rhino in Namibia. If you have read our Timeline you would have noticed that one of our main goal is to support the works endangered species. This 3-horned rhino is suitable for one of our goals.


These 3 horns match the three pillar in sustainability – Environment, Social, Economic.

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These are the animal spirits characters designed by Caroline Sellstone. She had made it with play dough, which is very cute and suitable to make into a children series.

The top left is the three-horned rhinoceros Noshe.
Many people already know that they have been hunted seriously and their horns are more expensive than gold because of “no real reason”.

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Tearojoy Chapter 3

Chapter three – The song in Narvik

The telepathic show ended with falling sparks. Sofia saw the flame of the campfire again, felt the warmth and smelt the pine wood odour. It was like woken up from a dream.

“Wow, it was such an adventure.” Sofia said. “I could never have imagined that poachers would attack a guarded camp. I read in news that people broke into a zoo in France and hunt for rhino horns, but it was the first time that I felt so real and emotionally connected”

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