Set Of Photos Of Queen’s Face Taken For Use On Canadian Bank Notes Are On Sale For £3,000

A set of nine portrait photos of the Queen for use on a bank note are on sale for at least £3,000 ($3,700). The pictures, each 8in by 10in, were taken by court photographer Anthony Buckley in 1963 to ­feature on Canadian notes. He took a range of photos of the monarch at different angles to get the best chance of one being approved. They were donated to the National Portrait Gallery in 1995. Continue reading »

LEGO Note Bricks For Your Note-Taking Needs

Tired of plain and boring note sheets? These colorful LEGO note sheets, which looks like a LEGO baseplate on one side, and a blank writing surface on the other, might be just for you. Continue reading »

Chaotic Notes

Brothers Smiles studio published their latest project which explores the relation between chaos and beauty of creative process, which happens in every composers mind. Continue reading »

Burnt Euro Notes Exhibition

Burnt Euro notes are displayed in the money museum of German Bundesbank in Frankfurt, Germany. (AP) Continue reading »

Awesome & Creative Sticky Notes

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An iconic alternative to the most popular yellow post-it notes, 3.5” floppy disk shaped sticky notes, designed for taking notes – attaching notes to documents and to other surfaces. Continue reading »