Architecture lovers and amateur archaeologists take note – or rather, get ready to take notes.
The Omoshiro Block by Triad utilizes laser-cutting technology to create what seems to be a cube of paper note cards at first but is something much more. Only you’ll have to exhaust the entire deck of pages to fully reveal the hidden object!
From Kyoto’s Kiyomizudera Temple to Tokyo Tower, the series includes some of the most popular architectural sites in Japan. But it’ll be tricky to get your hands on one of these gems. At the time, they’re available only at the Tokyu Hands Osaka location. And the internet is waiting for the product’s international shipping, locals can get a pad for 4000 yen ($36) to 10,000 yen ($90), depending on its size. Would you buy one?
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Source: Architecturen Design