And you thought sticky notes were only good for sticking to surfaces…

Yo Shimada of Tato Architects thought, why not stick these pieces of paper to each other to create structures? Shimada recently made this giant installation of 30,000 sticky notes in collaboration with students from the Kyoto University of Art and Design. Located at Artzone Gallery in Kyoto, the neon cell-like creation resembles a tiny metropolis. Is it wrong that I want to jump into it and roll around like it’s a pile of leaves?

Sticky Note Structures by Yo Shimada in main art architecture  Category

Sticky Note Structures by Yo Shimada in main art architecture  Category

Sticky Note Structures by Yo Shimada in main art architecture  Category

[via Designboom]