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Sticky Notes Plane Multi

9.00USD
Awards
Wallpaper Design Award 2017 - "Best Speckle", UK
Specifications
Materials:
Uncoated 80 g/m2 Printed Paper (each pad = 64 sticky notes)
Size & Weight:
H: 14,5 x L: 10 x D: 1 cm
Product Information:
Sold individually. Comes with an instruction on how to fold. When folded the different sticky notes become a letter, bag, house, book and plane. Glue at top.
inspiration

Daily Fiction Paper & Pencils

The Daily Fiction universe consists of exquisite smaller design goods ready to tempt and fascinate all design lovers. With inspiration drawn from fashion and interior trends, Daily Fiction complements your personal style, and lets your choose and combine your favourite pieces to create your personal daily fiction.
With sparkling notebooks, rulers and notepads covered in trendy prints, and velvet pencils, this part of the Daily Fiction collection is designed for you to create your own personal story.
Make note-taking a festive event with the glittery Notebooks or use the playful Sticky Notes for memories and cute love notes! Pick the glossy Color Pencils to add color to everything you touch.Scandinavian design simplicity combined with eye-catching and exclusive looking details in gold, modern terrazzo prints, metallic and graphic color-blocking stripes create an edgy universe. Every piece has been given its own tone of voice letting you personalize your story.
Designer

Joan Rojeski Studio

Joan Rojeski Studio is an agency where projects of product, graphic and web design are carried out. Since the opening in 2010, many national and international companies have relied on the services of Joan Rojeski Studio, which stand out for the creative contribution in each project. Much of the success has been attributed to their creation process; an own method for getting innovative solutions, caring every detail to achieve the optimal goal for the client and the end user. "Design is a creative vision of life. The perfect mixture between creativity and function. The fascination is tied with the surprise when you observe a design and you finally say: of course! the solution was right under our noses."