Don Kenn is a Danish writer and director of television shows for kids. On top of that, he has his own set of kids, so he doesn’t have much free time. But when he does, he draws monsters on Post-Its with a ball-point pen. And he’s pretty damn good at it. His bestiarium makes me [...]
Post-it notes, filled with words of encouragement, then ‘left to their fate’ in public spaces. The premise behind the Things We Forget project is simple but charming. It appears to be the brainchild of a viral campaign by 3M but fun all the same.
‘Make post-it art not war’. That could be slogan of these French workers who are currently fighting an art battle on their office windows, using multicoloured sticky notes. What a cool idea. I wonder what their employers say about the waste of office materials, though.
First there were post-it pillows. Now comes origami post-it notes by UK-based design company Suck UK. These little pieces of art are so awe-inspiring that I don’t think I have the heart to taint them with my superfluous reminders. Still, learning how to master the ten various origami shapes will make those dull moments around the office super fun.
Having a notepad next to your bed is essential for creative folk who like to jot down spontaneous ideas throughout the night. I actually use my mobile phone; although these sticky note style pillows by Veinticuatrodentes seem like a far better alternative.
Simple to use and something we all have in our homes, these fruit-shaped Post-It notes are hardly essential, but definitely fun and different, helping brighten up this traditionally dull object.