"To Mark A Significant Space in the Living Room," 2007, by Rebecca Murtaugh
The block of wood that is your notepad.
This Post-it note covered Jaguar prank got international attention for years.
These buttered notes have their own fake slice of bead.
It’s called "Slice" by Sachie Ohga, and it won the Kokuyo stationary company’s top award.
18,000 Post-it notes in your office makes for a slightly less productive workday.
"Leafusen" notes, by A4craft design studio, add a bit of nature to your note-taking. These change color over time, just like real leaves.
The Class of 2010 senior prank. This is how you do a prank – fun, memorable, non-destructive, and recyclable.(It’s bigger than the above photo – Click to see a monstrous panorama view>>)
– Rebecca Murtaugh, artist>>
– Fake Wood Grain + Sticky Note Pad = Cool Desktop Idea, dornob>>
– Post-It Note Jaguar: Side View Mirror, Flickr>>
– Toasted Notes, the hot buttered desk accessory, Fred & Friends>>
– Post it Notes Hell, Hemmy.net>>
– Slice by Sachie Ohga, The Kokuyo Company Grand Prize Design Award, 2006, Kokoyu, Japan>>
– Leafusen by Sachie Ohga, Design for an office, Japan>>
– Awesome Class of 2010 Senior Post-It Prank, Topcultured>>