Don’t ask me why they did it, but they did it. Design group “I Never Kissed A Dog” spent hours, meticulously covering a room in white Post-It notes, as to recreate the wintery whiteness of the coldest season of the year. The project, called “Winter 1972,” does a bang up job of recreating the sharpness of winter’s chill, and it just looks awesome no matter how you spin it.
I don’t image it would be too comfortable sitting on a couch covered in Post-It notes, but it’s certainly more comfortable than sleeping in a real winter landscape? Having snow down your pants is not an experience I recommend to anyone. Can you say shrinkage? I’m a Jew. I can’t afford shrinkage.