The Bully Project Mural: Helping Hands
The Bully Project Mural: Helping Hands

Adobe has partnered with Lee Hirsch, the director of the documentary “Bully” to produce a work to help spread the word about the movement. The Bully Project Mural is an experimental project in which 16 artists from around the globe work independently to create one unified piece of art. Coming-soon was commissioned by adobe to take part in this project. 

We call our work "Helpings Hands"It is important to protect something precious, we see it almost as a statue, that tries to help something very precious. The white color is the color of hope. It symbolizes that we all have to work together to solve the problem of bullying. 



 
 
 
Adobe has partnered with Lee Hirsch, the director of the documentary “Bully” to produce a work to help spread the word about the movement.
 
The Bully Project Mural (soon online) is an experimental project in which 16 artists from around the globe work independently to create one unified piece of art.
 
Coming-soon was commissioned by adobe to take part in this project.
 
We call our work "Helpings Hands"
It is important to protect something precious, we see it almost as a statue, that tries to help something very precious. The white color is the color of hope. It symbolizes that we all have to work together to solve the problem of bullying.
 
 
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Adobe is partnering with Lee Hirsch, the director of the documentary “Bully” to produce a work to help spread the word about the movement. The Bu Read More
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