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While I’m always impressed by papercrafting and those who are patient enough to do it, artist Akira Nagaya takes the skill to a whole other level. He uses Post-its as his canvas and cuts detailed scenes and characters from anime series into the tiny papers. He’s tackled familiar faces such as Totoro and Pikachu, and all of his creations are enchanting.

See more of Nagaya’s impressive art after the break.

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Stop motion post-its

Michael Birken has serious passion for Ms. Pac-Man and Donkey Kong. He spent weekends and nights for the past 11 months creating a stop motion animation tribute to his favorite game out of Post-It Notes. He doesn’t mention how many paper cuts he managed to give himself, but it had to be a few. Birken says:

The recordings were printed out, one frame at a time, and transferred by hand to various walls around my office floor using thousands of Post-It Notes. The process consumed weekends and holidays for the past 11 months. Changing background scenery was masked out and replaced with 1 consistent frame throughout the animation, producing an eerie stillness amid the moving images on the walls.

It’s crazy impressive.

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If you have the chance to raid your office’s supply closet, you might want to walk away with about 7,000 Post-it notes and see if you can do anything this cool. In this video, watch Mario make his way through a Post-it version of the game that runs along cubicles, over filing cabinets and across keyboards. Pac-Man even lends a hand until those pesky ghosts make an appearance.

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I don’t know about you, but I’m tempted to leave secret notes all around my office. I’d like to tell people anonymously how to actually use my inbox and to put their dishes in the dishwasher. I could leave those notes on boring yellow sticky notes but just think how much more effective they messages would be when written on ninjas! These sticky notes are sure to inspire fear wherever you leave them. You can make your threats be seen by using gel pens, crayons, or silver Sharpies.

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From CubicleBot: Fold one over to capture dust from a drill. Is there anything Post-Its cant do? And don’t say “pleasure a woman” because I’m pretty sure that there’s some sort of origami magic for that as well.

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The Japanese schoolchildren behind this amazing stop-motion Mario Post-it animation definitely deserve an “A” for “Awesome”. If you have some time to kill in the office, we know you have some Post-its lying around, so get to work!

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Learn the traditional Japanese art of origami when you should be working thanks to these new sticky notes. There are 100 notes to a pack and each features instructions on how to transform the note into a simple origami model.

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