|A wall filled with Post-it notes at Valtech - Photo by Peter Hellberg|
Sure, this won't last forever and the colour will fade but it sure is a fun way to create your own pop art.
This pic is from a couple years back in 2007. Post Typography's Bruce Willen designed and completed this project for Metropolis Magazine's HOME Exhibition along with a small number of graphic design firms to create art out of every day products.
|Courtesy of Shelterpop|
The Students at Apex Art School in North Carolina created several murals of celebrities and movie characters which adorned the walls of their hallways. They've also included a "how-to" guide for all of you who are curious.
|All photos courtesy of Apex High School Blog|
I love this patchwork post it note "wall quilt". Artist Adrian Wallett requested that his fellow artists from around the globe send him a little trinket in the form of some art on a sticky note and put them together as one large piece.
|Courtesy of Bella DeChanel's Photo Stream|
I found this picture in my search and I wonder if they actually used his art display as an album cover or if this is just a photoshop pic. Either way, it's pretty cool.
Many of the artists who contributed to this art display are part of a PINAP - Post it Note Art Posse. More about this group on a later date.All pictures from Apex High school