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Salvor Kiosk: Mexico
by Letizia Rossi
on 20 September 2006

Salvor Kiosk, a New York-based concept store, always keeps things interesting with their rotating selection of goods sourced from foreign lands. Their past collections of objects from Sweden and Japan are delightful, straightforward objects, functioning as antidotes to over-design. The latest crop from Mexico includes a variety of inexpensive functional objects, like this notebook, set of erasers and box of rubber-bands, which all bear Salvor's trademark aesthetic mix that finds elegant, beautiful design in the most humble of objects. The Mexico Collection should be available online later this week.

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