COLORFUL PAPER STRUCTURE
We love people who find creative uses for unconventional materials. This is a 2001 colorful paper structure from Japanese architect Yo Shimada (TATO ARCHITECTS) made with more than 30.000 Post-it sticky notes. And nothing else!
This amazing structure is only secured with their own adhesive. By connecting 4 sheets together at their adhesive areas Shimada created a star-shaped 3-dimensional object that was both structural and repetitive.
And of course, you can recycle all of these notes and post it on the door, laptop or fridge.