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Post-it wars: A winner is crowned

OfficeMax started it on Instagram back in June. Inspired by Post-it note wars in the New York advertising industry, it posted a picture of a giant cartoon bird made out of Post-its on its head office window. Warehouse Stationery retaliated with a Pacman tribute and soon, everyone was creating office art.

OfficeMax quickly realised it was onto a winner and launched a competition across social media. Participating workplaces sent in photos of their Post-it handiwork to OfficeMax’s Facebook page, with the most-liked up for a $200 shout.

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The competition was taken quite seriously, with inter-corporate challenges abounding. Southland-based neighbours DesignBase and Market South battled, as did many of OfficeMax’s franchises.

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While OfficeMax attempted to popularise Roy Lichtenstein-inspired artwork, cartoons tended to be the subject of choice.

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Everybody from Spongebob Squarepants to the Minions was represented, although some unorthodox subjects made it into the mix – OfficeMax Highbrook’s Donald Trump takes the cake, but this team didn’t stop there.

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We think this one at our Highbrook office could #trump the others! 🙊 #postitnotewar

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A photo posted by @officemaxnz on Jun 30, 2016 at 6:30pm PDT

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Voting closed on Friday, July 8. Eftpos provider Smartpay New Zealand was the winner – OfficeMax declared its buzzy bee a fan favourite.

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