The Crazy Video Game Post-It War That’s Spreading Across Europe
It all began in Paris, at Ubisoft – the most French company in the history of France. Apparently employees began creating video game characters on their windows with post-it notes. Before long the company opposite began creating their own in response. Then another company joined in the fun. Soon it began spreading across the city of Paris – now the craze has spread to London and Berlin!
The Post-it wars – in pictures
Check out the window designs created by French office workers from the contents of the stationery cupboard.
La guerre des Post-it envahit l’open-space, Images
THE POST-IT WAR
Using characters from games like Donkey Kong and Mario Brothers, the bank employees responded with their own works of art. Blank Post-it notes stuck onto the windows in carefully arranged mosaics soon became a focal point of fun for the people working in both companies. Here we can see a nice piece of socially relevant art, courtesy of this Nyan Cat meme rendering.
Artists and Art ‘Steet Art’, ‘Stencil Graffiti’, ‘Figuration Libre & Graffiti’.