If you've got some spare time on your hands today and you fancy brightening up your space, then take a look at this architectural installation by Japanese architect Yo Shimada, using over 30,000 colourful Post-it notes.
Making best use of the product's adhesive strip, Shimada layered the Post-it notes in various forms to create an entirely different perspective. He connected four sheets together to form building bricks that then stood on top of one another, resulting in an impressive star-shaped 3D structure. But he didn't work alone. He collaborated with students from Kyoto University of Art & Design and worked over three days to complete the installation.
Via Spoon & Tamago