Nothing is quite as kawaii as Japanese stationery and paper paraphernalia, and Hitotoki’s latest offering for KING JIM is proof of that. The stationery brand recently launched Coffret, a collection of peel and stick PET film stickers designed by Japanese artist Smanim that resemble makeup palettes. The stickers’ transparent film material is also ideal for layering, further extending the makeup experience. The variety of shapes, solid colors, playful patterns, and foil stamping inspired by Smanim’s own artworks allows for endless configurations, whether you use the stickers for journals, planners, scrapbooks, gift wrapping, or just everyday notes.
There are five “palettes” containing different shapes – round, square, circle, bar, and triangle – and four colorways for each configuration, creating a total of 20 products in the Coffret collection. Each item contains 4-6 designs with eight stickers per design. With all the fun ways you can layer and use the stickers, the question isn’t Where can I apply them? It’s How many should I buy?!
To purchase stickers from the Coffret collection, visit tokyopenshop.com.