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There’s a lot of troubling stuff happening in the world right now, and people are looking for new ways to add some levity to their lives. Which helps explain what has been happening for the past couple weeks on 108th Ave. NE in Bellevue: Post-it Wars.

Office dwellers from companies including Expedia, DreamBox Learning, Apptio and Waggener Edstrom have been outdoing themselves, and each other, with Post-it characters and scenes including Pac-Man, Dig Dug, Link and many others in their windows.

These photos are courtesy Tiffany Young of DreamBox, whose full set of pictures can be found here. You’ll also notice a fantastic KING5 logo in the photo set, but the TV station isn’t involved in the challenge — it’s working on a story on the Post-It wars, and Young made the logo in honor of their visit.

Hey guys, we’ll be looking for the GeekWire logo next!

Update: Here’s the KING-5 report

Thanks to Dylan Wilbanks for the tip.

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