joan rojeski studio creates miniature shape-shifting sticky notes joan rojeski studio creates miniature shape-shifting sticky notes
sep 15, 2016

joan rojeski studio creates miniature shape-shifting sticky notes

 

 

joan rojeski studio has produced a set of colorful, creative, and surprisingly fun sticky notes as part of a new stationary set for danish design company normann copenhagen. the paper notes, entitled ‘daily collection’, are capable of being folded into a variety of miniature 3D shapes, with alternating color segments creating an easily followed pattern. whether to keep your message a secret, or just to pass to the time, folding the pages according to their natural divisions rewards you with one of five quirky tiny objects.

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the pattern is easily followed, with delightful results

 

 

after scribbling your note down, give it a home by folding it into a pocket-size house, or send it flying in a petite paper airplane. joan rojeski‘s collection also include a shopping bag, notebook, or a teeny-tiny envelope — a charming addition to the normann copenhagen range. 


the collection comes in a number of shapes and colors


the designs are segmented into complimentary tones, making the folds easier to follow


keep your messages safe by wrapping them up in an envelope


transport your notes in the miniature shopping bag


make sparks fly with the tiny airplane


the collection’s palette is composed of a variety of pleasing matte hues

 

 

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: peter corboy | designboom

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