POST-IT WAR
Busy creative peoples

Post-it War is a new phenomenon in European offices.

French creatives who work in open spaces are busy.
A couple of years ago, they would all try to “change the world” by writing hippy stuffs on the parisian advertising posters.
The new trend is to create pixel art on the windows of the open-space by using post-it.
If you go to work with your fixed-gear bike, spend the rest of your day downloading iPhone apps while creating useless corporate jokes in your office (that you will then post on Facebook), and make 3000 or 4000 euros a month as a reward for your efforts, then you’re probably a French “creative”.
More about the creative phenomenon called Post-it war.

Post-it version of Zelda

Post-it version of Zelda

Meeting in an open space surrounded by Pacman so-called "artworks" displayed on the windows

Meeting in an open space surrounded by Pacman so-called “artworks” displayed on the windows

Creatives posing with their Post-it creation of Mario Bros

Creatives posing with their Post-it creation of Mario Bros

Tribute to the artist Keith Haring

Tribute to the artist Keith Haring

Post-it artwork based on the character Elmo

Post-it artwork based on the character Elmo

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