Anthroposts: A Digital Archive Of Found Post-It Notes

Anthroposts: A Digital Archive Of Found Post-It Notes

Anthroposts is a digital collection of over 300 found Post-It notes arranged on an interactive display which can be arranged according to color, common words, or density of information.

Jim Moscater
  • 22 march 2010

Anthroposts is a digital collection of over 300 found Post-It notes placed in an interactive online display which can be arranged according to color, common words, or density of information.

Noah Pedrini, the creator of the project, considers these discarded items as a “special kind of trash”- as he sees both a parallel and contrast between the quick, disposable style of jotting something on a Post-It and the increasing fragmentation of digital communication. He sees the notes as something more than a brief document from someone’s life, as they can also provide a glimpse into how an individual constructs ideas.

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