Laser-Cut Note Pad Blocks Gradually Reveal Hidden Objects

Ingenious note pad designs by Triad, a Japanese company that makes architectural models. The Omoshiro Block (or “fun block”) is made with laser-cutting technology and contains hidden objects and scenes that only become visible as the note paper is used. Emerging almost like an excavated treasure from an archeological dig, some of the more elaborate versions feature notable Japanese architecture like Kyoto’s Kiyomizudera Temple and Tokyo Tower. See more images below!

















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