This Guy's Office Post-It Murals Put The Rest Of Us To Shame

This Guy's Office Post-It Murals Put The Rest of Us To Shame

The word "office" usually makes us think of a drab and uninspiring sea of monochromatic cubicles. Not content with the status-quo, one office worker decided to spruce his walls up — by creating pixelated superhero murals from over 8,000 post-it notes.

"One day I just got so tired of how sterile and boring our office felt, I thought I should do something about it," Reddit user Bruck7 wrote on Imgur. "We realised that painting would take a long time, and would be difficult to remove, so we landed on post-its as a semi-cheap and fully temporary solution."

"Bruck" enlisted the help of his office mates, who spent a weekend creating the stunning wall-to-ceiling superhero murals shown here. All together, the team brought seven superheroes to life: Wonder Woman, Superman, Captain America, Scarlet Witch, Iron Man, Spiderman and Batman.

Here they are, in all their pixelated glory.

This Guy's Office Post-It Murals Put The Rest of Us To Shame
This Guy's Office Post-It Murals Put The Rest of Us To Shame
This Guy's Office Post-It Murals Put The Rest of Us To Shame
This Guy's Office Post-It Murals Put The Rest of Us To Shame
This Guy's Office Post-It Murals Put The Rest of Us To Shame
This Guy's Office Post-It Murals Put The Rest of Us To Shame
This Guy's Office Post-It Murals Put The Rest of Us To Shame

The murals won't stay up forever, but that's the point — this is wonderfully creative example of how you can add some life to your office environment without violating building codes. If you're interested in making your own temporary pixel art murals, Bruck's got one pro-tip: Use the post-its with the super sticky glue. [Reddit via Tech Times]

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    Such a simple thing to do (sure a bit time consuming) but so creative and enough to add life to ones bland beige cubicle.

    Finding black post-its is surely the hardest part?

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