A lot of creative people are doodlers. But to be a good doodler you need to disconnect, grab a piece of paper and pen and start to draw. Sometimes it's nothing in particular, sometimes it is. With almost half of the world being visual learners and a higher proportion being tactile, the notion of drawing words, pictures, images and squiggles whilst you're daydreaming is great.
When we came across this invention we loved it and we wanted one! It's the Post-Itable. Essentially it's a desk made up of 80 giant Post-it notes. Developed by Italian design studio Soup Studio Designs, this unique table is definitely going to find a market amongst doodlers and mind mappers. Once you finish scribbling on your table you simply rip off the Post-it note, stick it up on your wall and of course underneath is a clean sheet ready for your next inscription. The prototype for the table received an second honourable mention at the 2008 International Designers Workstation competition, and we have no doubt that the Post-Itable is going to find an audience amongst creatives and folk who like to daydream and doodle.