Japanese company ‘Triad’ has recently produced a playful creative collection of notepads which is dubbed the ‘Omoshiro Block’ or the ‘fun block’. When you take out the paper pad from the package at first, you will just see an ordinary memo pad, but there is a lot more than what meets the eye. As you use the pad, a nice surprise will be waiting for you when you gradually remove of the sheets. Revealed bit by bit, you will find a Japanese architectural icon hidden beneath the stacked layers of paper. The laser-cut 3D models are miniature replicas of Japan’s famous buildings which include Tokyo Tower, Tokyo’s Asakusa Temple, and Kyoto’s Kiyomizudera Temple.

Courtesy of Triad, image via My Modern Met

 

 

Courtesy of Triad, image via My Modern Met

 

Courtesy of Triad, image via My Modern Met

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