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|Culture & Science - Strange Inventions|
|Thursday, 06 May 2010 15:00|
Within a household, the refrigerator usually becomes a space where you can communicate with other members of the household, becoming a sort of board as effective when getting the message to the recipient. David Stark has created a project to turn the fridge on a canvas using the ITS as post material .
Sometimes, so many notes, the refrigerator becomes chaos, therefore, the author of this project proposes to sort the post its, which together form a pattern and individually are there to do its function: to say that I do not come to dinner congratulate the birthday or you have to go to get the bread.
Once completed all the post its, you can create another figure by following the steps the same David Stark explained in a tutorial . Thus the bar becomes a decorative object that can change depending on the time of year that is, for example, at Christmas, this project is a good choice for a Christmas tree.
Via: Design Sponge