This “magical” Harry Potter memo pad created by Triad Inc, will reveal an embedded Hogwarts Castle as you keep on using it
Omoshiroi blocks have become a sensation in Japan. Created by Japanese architectural model maker Triad Inc. these memo pads gradually reveal the shape of monuments or objects in an intricate three-dimensional model with each sheet your pull out.
Omoshiroi blocks became famous with its creations of famous Japanese landmarks such as Kyoto’s world-renowned Kiyomizudera Temple, Tokyo Tower, the famous touristic landmark Kaminarimon Gate in the Asakusa neighborhood, which leads to the Sensoji Temple, captured scenes from famous cities such as Kyoto, Detroit, Chicago and Paris, and objects such as a steam locomotive and a grand piano.
And now, thanks to a collaboration between Fox Inc. and Warner Brothers Consumer Products, a new magical world can be revealed sheet after sheet. This Harry Potter memo pad will reveal Hogwarts Castle as you use it. It also doubles as a pen stand, so you will be able to continue using this amazing creation even after you have removed the last sheet.
But before you rush in to buy one and tear away all sheets immediately, be aware that this Harry Potter memo pad will not come cheap. On the contrary, you will need to pay more than $170 to get one from Caseplay or Rakuten.
Fandom has its price.
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