Is Office Space your all-time favorite flick? Do you find yourself saying WTF at least five times a day? Do you wish people would stop poking you on Facebook or putting their dripping wet beer bottle down on your antique table? Have you had enough of thinking outside the box, being on the same page or shifting your paradigm? Do you wish there was a pre-printed form for everything because you’re too lazy to write all that crap out? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, Knock Knock is for you.
Jen Bilik started Knock Knock with the mission of bringing a bit of humor, design and organization to our lives in the office and at home. I always end up with a smile on my face after browsing Knock Knock’s site because a bit of witty sarcasm goes a long way for me.
The indelicate coaster will make your guests laugh but will also remind everyone it’s not nice to leave physical evidence of your cocktail long after the party’s over.
Binder clips and post-its to help us “prioritize” are a must for every overflowing in-box.
Knock Knock has a memo or sticky pad to fit just about everyone. From the sarcastic one-liners that run unspoken in our heads all day like “seriously?!” to the less funny but quite useful pre-printed list makers like this Farmers’ Market shopping list (organized by food type with a place for notes and questions).
Knock Knock has categories for the office, foodies, booklovers and parents just to name a few. Stamps with overused buzz words, a parent’s night out checklist for the babysitter and a guided journal for the insomniac are a few other great picks.
I first heard about Knock Knock after listening to Jen Bilik on the Work Awesome podcast and quickly realized I already owned a few of her clever creations.
You can buy Knock Knock here. Paper Garden at the Queen Kaahumanu Center also carries selected items.