After staring at his drab office walls for nearly two years, Ben Brucker had enough. “One day I just got so tired of how sterile and boring our office felt, I thought I should do something about it” he explained.Brucker, who works at a creative agency, was not allowed to damage or alter the walls in any way since his company was moving into new offices in the next six months, so whatever he did had to be temporary.
His solution was to cover the office’s walls with a series of pixelated superhero portraits made from a total of 8,024 post-it notes. It took him several weeks to plan and design the characters. He had the full support of his boss, who gave him a $300 budget for the materials and even helped him put the post-its up when it was time!
via: Twisted Sifter