A brand new scenic twist for memo pad lovers. If you are inspired by classical Japanese architecture or found Japanese surrounding beautiful because of all the animes you have watched, the Omoshiro Block by Triad is your go-to next office supply.
It’s loosely translated to “fun block”, because each memo you pick out, a meticulously recreated architectural gem is carved out inside piece by piece.
And once you have completely used your memo pad the surprise is then revealed. Revealing an architectural site fully unearthed. It makes you feel like you are excavating a traditional breathtaking site as you do your work. And boom! You have your very own miniature artwork.
These Architectural sites are laser cut into the pages. Each Omoshiro Block has an iconic building in Japan. Some of them ranging from centuries-old sites, for example like the Kiyomizudera Temple in Kyoto, and to more modern Marvels like the Eiffel Tower.
Omoshiro Block doesn’t only feature Architectural sites but also fascinating cutouts of human figures to leaves and flowers. Amongst this wonderful sketch is a Kyoto edifice, a handsome crowd, a surprising piano, a clever camera, and a remarkably designed allure.
The currently available item is at the “creative life store” Tokyu Hands in Osaka. But you can keep up with updates from the company by sequential them on Instagram. (Syndicated from Spoon & Tamago) Let’s hope these amazing creations are available internationally.
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