Artist collective, illegal art, has created a whopper of a public interactive installation in New York City’s SoHo by making good use of the ubiquitous Post-it. A giant to-do list made up of hundreds of Post-its in the most basic of highlighter colours beckons to passersby to jot down their tasks, promises and commitments. This installation is meant to encourage self-reflection and is intentionally dead easy so that participation is painless. And it doesn’t hurt that the venue happens to be located at 101 Crosby St. – home to the Apartment, the creative agency that shakes up humour with style. Now if only actually doing that which needs to be done could be as much fun.
Artist: illegal art