Creative Employees Transform Their Office with ‘Star Wars’ Murals Made of 3,597 Post-Its – Design You Trust

Creative Employees Transform Their Office with ‘Star Wars’ Murals Made of 3,597 Post-Its

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Viking is a company that isn’t afraid to let their employees get creative— especially when a new Star Wars film is soon to be released. Using a total of 3,597 post-it notes, four employees created spectacular murals of four iconic characters: Yoda, R2D2, Darth Vader, and a Stormtrooper.

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It took them a total of five hours to complete the intergalactic project, which measures an astounding 899 feet across in an office far, far away.

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The team was inspired to get working on this impressive internal project after viewing Ben Brucker’s equally impressive superhero murals.

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This form of art not only brightens up a simple office space, it also allows employees to get their creative juices flowing.

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If this project’s taught us one thing, it’s that post-its, a love of Star Wars, and a little bit of imagination can go a long way.

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Via My Modern Met

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