I'm sure there's a satisfaction that, as a child, comes with having one's latest crayon creation hung up on the fridge or the wall by a parent. However, independence and confidence comes from using the Sticky Sketch notebook by providing kids with the easy tools to display their own masterpieces.
Yeong Keun Jeong's concept is a coiled spine scratchpad with plenty of large white pages to welcome unique works in markers, pencils and more. Each has a colorful border that seems to copy the shape of a file folder and along the top perforated edge of each leaf it can be easily torn to remove a finished drawing. When the youngster is ready to exhibit his Sticky Sketch creation, he or she needs simply remove the plastic sheet on the back to expose a strip of adhesive surface.
Sticky Sketch Lets Kids Create and Curate Their Own Art Exhibitions
1. Interactive Art Exhibitions - Sticky Sketch is tapping into the trend of interactive art exhibitions by allowing kids to create and curate their own art displays.
2. Personalized and Customizable Notebooks - Sticky Sketch is part of a trend of personalized and customizable notebooks that allow users to make the product their own.
3. Empowering Children Through Creativity - Sticky Sketch is part of a larger trend of products and services that aim to empower children through creativity.
1. Education - Sticky Sketch could disrupt the education industry by providing a hands-on, interactive art activity that fosters creativity and self-expression.
2. Stationery - Sticky Sketch is part of a trend of customizable and personalized notebooks that could disrupt the stationery industry by tapping into consumers' desire for unique and individualized products.
3. Children's Products - Sticky Sketch is part of a larger trend of children's products that aim to empower and inspire creativity in kids.