Wednesday, May 25, 2016

The Post-It Wars are still raging in New York.

A war of the windows is being waged in New York City as two opposing office buildings try to one-up each other in imaginative designs made entirely of Post-it notes.
The impromptu competition on Canal Street reportedly began last week after someone used white sticky notes to spell out “HI” on an office window. Employees across the street took notice and began crafting their own Post-it murals.


The street-facing art quickly garnered attention on social media with playful images of Pac-Man, the Simpsons, Spider-Man and music references to Drake (“If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late”) and Adele (“Hello from the other side.”)
View image on Twitter

Finally the Post-It War is over
Two weeks after the Canal Street #postitwars began with a single word, "HI," one of the main agencies involved—Havas Worldwide—has shut things down in style. With a giant image of a mic drop.It took the agency about four hours on Monday night to complete the image you see above. It was finally wrapped up at about 11:30 p.m.
–°ontinuation www.adweek.com/adfreak/havas-worldwide-just-dropped-giant-mic-canal-streets-post-it-wars-171657