This Memo Pad Brilliantly Reveals A Sculpture As It Gets Used

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The Omoshiro Block by Triad uses laser-cutting technology to create what, at first glance, just looks like a normal notepad, but as it gets used, it turns into some of the most popular architectural sites in Japan, from Kyoto’s Kiyomizudera Temple to Tokyo Tower.

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Unfortunately, at the moment, the pads which cost 4000 yen ($36) to 10,000 yen ($90), depending on its size, are only available in Japan, however we suspect that it won't be long before they're available online.

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