PINAP stands for the Post-It Note Art Posse, a huge community art project where any artist, at any level, can take part and contribute towards a great collage and help raise much needed funds for the NSPCC. All types of art are welcome, ranging from abstract to traditional and doodles to stencils. The only real condition is that all submitted pieces of art have to be done on a post-it note (any size, type, brand, colour or shape).
Adrian Wallett, the founder of PINAP is trying to bring art together from all walks of life and help create a memorable collage which unites art and will help raise awareness and funds for the NSPCC. Over twenty artists have taken part so far but there is room for a lot more to really make this project as big and bold as possible.
For more information of PINAP and to see what other fellow artists have contributed please visit the PINAP Flickr Group at www.flickr.com/groups/PINAP.
Anyone and everyone is invited to take part in this growing community art project. Simply draw, paint, doodle or do anything to a Post-It Note sheet and post to:
45 Warbank Crescent,
Surrey CR0 0AY.
Your welcomed post-it note art will be used to create a giant collage that will eventually be auctioned off for charity.
[via the Voluntary Arts Network newsletter]