Saturday, November 09, 2013

Graffiti desks by Justin Broadbent

Old desks were destroyed and painted by a famous graffiti artist as part of "Get It Done Day" from Microsoft Canada during the launch of Microsoft Office 365. Freeing workers from their office desks and making them productive in other locations can improve work-life balance.
"Microsoft Canada will celebrate the day by hosting a unique art installation by acclaimed artist Justin Broadbent, who will be taking over the southwest corner of Bay & Wellington in Toronto's Financial District and putting old, unneeded office desks to a new use - as art. The installation aims to demonstrate how "ditching the desk" can free you to get great work done in new places that inspire, focus and motivate you, which is beneficial to both employees and employers alike. To join the conversation Canadians are encouraged to tweet using #ditchthedesk and share ideas of where they are the most productive."

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