Adrian Merz, a Swiss graphic designer, has arranged thousands of white Post-It notes to create the incredible "Winter 1972" project. Inspired by a perfume of the same name, he used the Post-Its to transform a living room into 1972 Winter Wonderland.
As part of the project, the artist had interviewed a number of individuals in their living rooms. Their personal memories, stories and feelings about the winter of 1972 were inscribed on the back of Post-It notes, which in turn were used to create the larger picture.
(Pictures courtesy i-never-kissed-a-dog.ch, via here)
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