We have been inspired by the post-it window designs appearing in Shoreditch, where our office is located. So, we wanted to make our very own, with a MOO twist of course.
Having pixels and 8 bit computer games in mind, the design team started pixelating the animals of MOO’s four in-house developer teams (shark, feret, bear and eagle), mainly using MOO brand colours. It became a 7 meter wide MOOsaic made out of 34 MOO StickerBooks (3000 stickers in all) and custom-made magnets to fit. Also, we used a few Round Stickers and Rectangular Labels stuck on magnets for the team names and weekdays. The board is used by the developers for an easy overview of projects and weekly planning.
I want to thank everyone on the MOO Crew who helped stick the stickers onto magnets. It was a really fun project to work on and everyone loves the final result. Expect more pixel art to come…
Last but not least, I wanted to help you make your own 8-bit artwork. So, if you make this StickerBook pack and follow the guide below (just click the image to download the pdf), you can make your very own Pacman ghost – have fun!
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