Edit: Fixed a typo, added an example picture.
Dear TeX-ers. I really like the visual style of IKEA instructions, see below for an example, and I have sometimes played with the idea of making same type of manuals to explain some mathematical concepts. A few months ago I came across a story describing how some group of physicists(?) had used an IKEA style description to explain their ideas. (It wasn't the IKEA instruction to LHC, but something more serious.) I don't remember if they used LaTeX, but I lost the source and my memories are too vague to find it again. Thus the question:
Are there any existing LaTeX styles that would be suitable to create IKEA-style manuals?
I guess something like Inkscape might be more suitable for these types of projects, but I don't know how to use that and, more importantly, if something is worth doing it is worth doing it in LaTeX.