Sticky Note Structures by Tato Architects / Yo Shimada

Sticky Note Structures by Tato Architects / Yo Shimada

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

Sticky Note Structures is an instalation of a pile made of 30,000 post-it notes, which Yo Shimada worked up in three days with cooperation of students of Kyoto University of Art and Design. Audiences of each dialogue state their impressions in post-it to stick on a wall face one after another. Located at Artzone Gallery in Kyoto, the neon cell-like creation resembles another world.

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

© Yousuke Takeda

Courtesy of Tato Architects / Yo Shimada

Courtesy of Tato Architects / Yo Shimada

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