As somebody that uses his fair share of Post-It notes, it’s nice to see them used for something other than just reminders and out of office reminders. The dedication of these artists is nothing short of amazing.
I don’t know that it’s easier than painting or wallpapering a wall, but it’ll certainly be easier to take it down than either.
When it’s obvious what the image is without me having to tell you, it’s a good job. It’s a cow for anybody that really didn’t get it.
Old-school video game characters are ripe for being turned into Post-It note art. The notes mimic the pixels perfectly.
Wasn’t surprised to find this one. Very rare that you find an art medium and somebody hasn’t done Elvis.
Crazy amount of detail in that eye…especially considering it’s all done with Post-It notes.
The curves and the highlights on the fish are even more impressive when you think about it being Post-It Notes. I couldn’t do something like this without Post-It Notes, let alone with.
The pink in the background kinda hurts my retina, but a good job either way.
Rock out with your post-it note out!
Again, doing something with Post-It notes that I can’t do period means you have my respect
A mostly done piece of Captain Jack Sparrow.
Let’s be honest, you can’t do Elvis without doing Jimi.
And you can’t do Jimi or Elvis without doing Marilyn. I’m pretty sure it’s a rule.
We had Donkey Kong, so we have to have Mario as well.
A more updated version of Mario along with the signature question mark box of the entire Mario line of video games.
And in staying with our Nintendo theme we have a Post-It Mega Man
Ok, so a bit more simple than most of the ones, but it’s also pretty obvious who it is.
And making up for the simplicity of the last one, we go to one that is arguably the most complex of any of the Post-It note art shown here.
Great Post-It Portrait of Ray Charles.