Employees In Two Office Buildings Wage Deadly Post-It War Against Each Other

It all began when an employee at Harrison and Star at 75 Varick Street in New York City put up a simple “hi” using sticky notes, not knowing if anyone would respond.


Shortly thereafter a “sup” appeared from the building across the street. Since both buildings host a number of marketing and media agencies as their tenants, it wasn’t long before other employees got in on the action.

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The agencies of 200 Hudson and 75 Varick were in an all out war. Even the post-it manufacturer, 3M, got involved; supplying free Post-It notes for both buildings.

And then one night, under the cover or darkness, Havas Worldwide ended the battle in one fell swoop.


According to the building supervisor for Havas Worldwide, a few of the company’s graphic designers rendered the building and laid out exactly how the giant “mic drop” should be placed in each window pane.

Then a group of co-workers stayed late one night with beer and pizza and executed the design floor by floor. Sadly, the building managers were not as impressed and have ordered a ceasefire and told all participants to have everything taken down by this weekend.

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via Twisted SifterNew York Post


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