The Great Paris Post-It Art War
It started off innocently enough. Ubisoft Montreal, developer of games in the Assassin’s Creed and Prince of Persia series, decided to put in the windows of their office art made solely out of Post-It notes. The company recreated images from such classic video game icons as Mario, Pikachu and Yoshi. When a BNP bank nearby saw this, they decided to see how they could stack up. The first round of this creative battle can be seen here.
In the second round, Ubisoft Montreal went all out. They decided to create one huge Post-It piece of art, recreating their famous character Ezio from the Assassin’s Creed series. The character stands several stories tall and seems unbeatable.
However, a new competitor has risen to the challenge. The Société Générale Bank decided to get in on this battle of epic awesomeness by creating a six-story Post-It version of Asterix and Obelix.
It’s uncertain how long the war will rage on, but hopefully it will continue to be this awesome.