A tribute in Post-its to the dreaded deadline
For all those who've grappled with deadlines and felt besieged by Post-it notes, here's a beautiful testament to the experience. Created by Savannah College of Art and Design student Bang-yao Liu, the two-minute clip required three months of planning, four days of shooting and more than 6,000 Post-its. The behind-the-scenes video really makes you appreciate the enormity of this stop-motion project. And hey, 3M, if you like all the hard work this kid put into the video and want to use it as an official promotion, I've got a crazy suggestion: Try paying for this one.
—Posted by David Griner
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