Today, Adobe (opens in new tab) and Red Bull (opens in new tab) announced an exciting new collective art project that will give creative talent from across the globe - everyone from designers and artists to photographers and publicists - the chance to take part in creating the biggest and most original piece of artwork the world has ever seen.
Adobe are inviting budding artists from 85 countries to take part in Red Bull Collective Art (opens in new tab), a project which will layer multiple pieces of art created by different designers to make one collective piece. Each contributor has just one hour to put their artistic stamp on the final piece of artwork.
The likes of Alberto Seveso (opens in new tab), designer and illustrator Brian Yap (opens in new tab), adventure illustrator Michael Startzman (opens in new tab), art director Ryan Boyle (opens in new tab) and Adobe’s very own Russell Preston Brown (opens in new tab) have already started proceedings with their contributions (opens in new tab).
Taking place between 11th and 24th March, you can register online (opens in new tab) from today to choose your one-hour slot. Once registered, you'll also recieve a free copy of Adobe Creative Cloud (opens in new tab) to help create your contribution. The artwork will then be exhibited across the world from 13th May.
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Will you be taking part? Let us know in the comments box below!