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Adobe reached out to Leonardoworx to be one of the sixteen Behance artists from around the world and partecipate to the Bully Project Mosaic.
Each one of the artists involved worked independently to create one unified piece, an expression of how community and commitment can change the world against bullying, a social plague that affects the life of million of teenagers around the world.
Leonardoworx’ work title is called Keep Ya Head Up and it’s about “the necessity to keep your head up, to hug people and spread love; true love will give you a colourful and strong feedback that generates beauty.”. Leonardoworx, who experienced the viciousness bullying himself, wholeheartedly embrace the project. “I believe that the force of creativity and art is really powerful”, says Leonardoworx, “It can fight physical violence using beauty and win. And this movement is great. I hope it grows to involve more and more talented creatives and artists.”
The Bully Project Mosaic and the accompanying website, The BULLY Project Mural, which an ever-changing digital mural to which people can contribute artwork and stories, were donated
to Lee Hirsch during the Adobe MAX, the filmmaker behind the 2012 documentary BULLY who has inspired the Bully Project, an american social action campaign.
To know more about the Bully Project and how to take personal action to make a change, visit www.thebullyproject.com