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4001 post-its for Steve Jobs

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Uploaded on Oct 16, 2011

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4001 post-its
400 m tape
1 ladder
6h work
9 artists
+ 200 people
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Thanks for over 170k views and all the media response!! You can see all outer other artworks and videos here

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4001 post-its to honor Steve Jobs legacy with a portrait posted outside of the apple store Munich by Michi, Chris, Andreas, Kathi, Richard, Sandra, Jiannis, Fabian, Jenny and many others. Pixels for face by Gerald Schaftner. Steve devoted his life to give us the most powerful devices ever available to an ordinary person. Lets honor him and his legacy by action. This is an call to action! Use these great device to create something valuable, something bigger than yourself.

filmed and edited by Andreas Kopp


FAQ

- Why did you make a post-it portrait of Steve?

Steve devoted his life to give us the most powerful devices ever available to an ordinary person.

"It's one thing to miss someone, to feel a void when they're gone. It's another to do something with their legacy, to honor them through your actions", Seth Godin said.

We wanted to honor Steve with our action and maybe inspire others to honor Steve with their actions as well.

- Who came up with the idea in the first place?

Christian Mauerer, a 20 year old international business student in Munich, Germany.

- Who made the pixel art?

Gerald Schaftner, a 20 year old from Regensburg

- Who filmed and edited the video?

Andreas Kopp, a 28 year old creative from Munich

- Who is this guy on the ladder?

Michael Lintl, a 21 year old from Regensburg

How long did the planning phase take?

About 1 week from idea to action. Really artists ship, right?

- How long did it take to post?

About 6 hours on a sunny Saturday. Thanks to all the people who wrote a view words on the post-its

- Are the post-its still up?

Yes they are. They will stay on the outside window of Apple Store Munich, until this Thursday. If you are in Munich you can go over there and write something on a post-it yourself.

- How much did the post-its cost?

140 Euro

- What tools/programs did you use?

Preparation: Adobe Photoshop CS5.1
Filming: 1 tripod, a gilf, 2 iphone 4, iMotionHD App for Timelaps every 5 seconds
Editing: iMovie on Macbook Air

- What next?

Post a post-it reply

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