Adobe's Logo Remix Shows a Pixel from 100 Artists' Artwork

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: Apr 11, 2014 • References: youtube & creativecriminals
The 'Adobe: Logo Remix' project invited 100 different artists around the world to reinterpret Adobe's iconic logo in their own style. From there, Adobe set up a lighting display with 100 lights, with each one dedicated to a different artist.

Each of the handcrafted lighting cubes was designed to show off a single color, which represented the same color that an artist's mouse was hovering over at that exact moment, as they remotely shared the work they were doing with the use of Adobe's software programs.

The lighting display starts off as a colorful illuminated display, but it then morphs into an all red and white depiction of the Adobe logo, which is a clever way to show what Adobe can do for artists and vice versa. Stats for Pixelated Art Illuminators Trending: Older & Mild
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