NYC Ad Agencies Engage in War of the Post-It Notes

Rival New York City ad agencies wage war in the form of Post-it notes. See photos of their creative jabs.

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Havas Worldwide
#CanalNotes will come to an end on March 31 after building management at 200 Hudson St. called for Havas Worldwide to stop their post-it displays, a rep from the firm confirmed. Havas Worldwide workers are dropping the mic after two weeks of back-and-forth with its neighbors.
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Havas Worldwide
Canal Notes will come to an end on May 31 after building management at 200 Hudson St. called for Havas Worldwide to stop their Post-it displays, a rep from the firm confirmed.
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Havas Worldwide
Havas Worldwide workers dropped the mic after two weeks of back-and-forth with their neighbors.
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@jessicacohn3x5/Instagram
Rival ad agencies trying to get a message across with Post-it notes.
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@jessicacohn3x5/Instagram
Playing on current trends in the media.
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Sandbox Studio/Creative Drive
It took creatives with Sandbox Studio and their parent company Creative Drive about an hour of preparation time and another hour to put up their Marilyn post-it note.
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Getty Images
A bird's eye view of the war.
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@motylenski/Twitter
Seeing how an image comes together with individual Post-its.
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Georgia Lobb/Horizon Media
Looking through the window to see the notes across the street.
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Georgia Lobb/Horizon Media
Winning at working hard, playing harder.
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Molly Sugarman/Horizon Media
Horizon's Post-it message clearly spelled out for its competition.
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Ryan Griffin/@rgriffin
Here's a view of the war from May 20.
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