Company Turns Break Room Into ‘Super Mario Bros.’ With 6,223 Post-Its

Super Mario wall
Viking

Employees at Viking turn their break room walls into a ‘Super Mario Bros.’ level using 6,223 Post-It notes.

Ten employees from the office supply company Viking in Leicester, U.K., celebrated the release of Super Mario Odyssey by turning their break room into a recreation of the original level 1-1 of Super Mario Bros. using nothing but 6,223 Post-It notes.

It took the staffers seven hours to create the mural. To see it going up, check out their blog. Viking is a 1,300-employee company owned by Office Depot.

"Our office is filled with gamers, so we noticed several people using their Nintendo Switches at lunch to explore the worlds of Mario Odyssey," the blog entry reads. "Some of our employees thought we should take our love for Nintendo to the next level. . .meaning we had our next big art project on our hands!"

The finished product:

Super Mario Bros. wall
Viking

Employee enjoy the finished project.

Viking and Super Mario
Viking

Walls of the finished Post-It artwork.

Viking and Super Mario
Viking

Walls of the finished Post-It artwork.

Viking and Super Mario
Viking

Walls of the finished Post-It artwork.

Viking and Super Mario
Viking

Walls of the finished Post-It artwork.

Viking and Super Mario
Viking

Walls of the finished Post-It artwork.

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Super Mario wall
Viking

Employees at Viking turn their break room walls into a ‘Super Mario Bros.’ level using 6,223 Post-It notes.

Ten employees from the office supply company Viking in Leicester, U.K., celebrated the release of Super Mario Odyssey by turning their break room into a recreation of the original level 1-1 of Super Mario Bros. using nothing but 6,223 Post-It notes.

It took the staffers seven hours to create the mural. To see it going up, check out their blog. Viking is a 1,300-employee company owned by Office Depot.

“Our office is filled with gamers, so we noticed several people using their Nintendo Switches at lunch to explore the worlds of Mario Odyssey,” the blog entry reads. “Some of our employees thought we should take our love for Nintendo to the next level. . .meaning we had our next big art project on our hands!”

The finished product:

Super Mario Bros. wall
Viking

Employee enjoy the finished project.

Viking and Super Mario
Viking

Walls of the finished Post-It artwork.

Viking and Super Mario
Viking

Walls of the finished Post-It artwork.

Viking and Super Mario
Viking

Walls of the finished Post-It artwork.

Viking and Super Mario
Viking

Walls of the finished Post-It artwork.

Viking and Super Mario
Viking

Walls of the finished Post-It artwork.



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