Mona Lisa from 12,000 Sticky Sheets

By: Pearl - Published: Sep 12, 2008 • References: youtube & arbroath.blogspot
This entrant used an astounding number (12,000) of Post-It notes in different colors to create this version of Leonardo da Vinci's 'Mona Lisa' - the video shows the build-up. It is arguably one of the best submitted to the Post-It Notes' "One Million Uses and Counting" contest.

Video submissions have already ended, but viewers are invited to check out the YouTube submissions for the voting portion of the competition which will be from September 12 to October 3, 2008.

3M--the company that makes Post-It notes--will award all ten finalists a laptop each. The top three prizes are $1,500, $2,500 and $10,000. The overall video winner may be featured as "America's #1 Choice" on the company website and on the Post-it Notes YouTube channel for three months. Stats for Post-It Notes Masterpieces Trending: Older & Average
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