If you work in an office, chances are there are some post-it notes in your near vicinity. But what these offices do with them is stuff of sheer genius. Instead of writing messages on the post-it itself, these building occupants use it to creatively taunt one another from across the street. It all started innocently enough as an employee at Harrison and Star wrote a simple “hi” and got the ball rolling. Both buildings house a number of marking and media agencies so the creative juices that lay within these offices are at an all time high, and the post-it battle commenced.
It all started with an innocent “HI” on the 6th floor at 75 Varick Street in New York City.