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.

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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