When Adobe set out to remix its logo, it saw a chance to reflect the community of creatives around the globe that uses its product suite. The result was an installation of 100 coloured lights arranged in a square, each representing an artist.
Each artist was given software that would reflect the pixel under their mouse as they worked, changing their block in the installation accordingly. The other outworking is the Adobe Lights website which profiles each artist with a click on their square.
This post originally appeared on StopPress
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