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Create a Mini Metropolis with Sticky Page Markers

Create a Mini Metropolis with Sticky Page Markers
Create a Mini Metropolis with Sticky Page Markers, via Duncan Shotton Design Studio
via Duncan Shotton Design Studio

Building a city has never been so easy. With Duncan Shotton Design Studio's Sticky Page Markers you can create your own urban landscape, while marking the pages of your books, catalogues, or notes.

The paper post-it sets feature landmarks like the Empire State Building (complete with King Kong), St. Paul’s CathedralSkytree, and Peak Tower to create a micro landscape of either New York, London, Tokyo, or Hong Kong. City packs can also be combined with Forest, Desert, Ocean, or Polar sets, among others, to add a natural touch to some of the world’s best known urban skylines. Explore more Sticky Page Markers here

via Duncan Shotton Design Studio
via Duncan Shotton Design Studio
Cite: Sabrina Santos. "Create a Mini Metropolis with Sticky Page Markers" 11 Jul 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/769905/create-a-mini-metropolis-with-sticky-page-markers/> ISSN 0719-8884