Instead of having to drill a handful of holes in the walls in order to display a handful of photos, something like the Little Corkie Picture Rail allows you to tack up a collection of items on just two nails. Upon those, you are afforded the freedom of haphazardly hanging your Polaroids and Post-Its for a bit of playful decoration.
This is accomplished because natural granulated cork was modeled into a sort of mantle or narrow floating shelf. It has three registers that culminate in a broader upper ledge, carved with a little trough for the placement of wide and thin items like framed and unframed photos and drawings. Thumbtacks allow you to further turn Erin Deighton's Little Corkie Picture Rail into a pinboard to attach a variety of other trinkets.