Red Bull Collective Art exhibition shows 1.3km artwork by 2,000 artists from 85 countries

From Wednesday, Red Bull Studios near London Bridge station will be showcasing a 1.3km-long artwork that combines graphics, artworks and photography in a giant visual game of Exquisite Corpse.

The artwork – which the organisers note is 500m longer than the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai – is comprised of over 2,000 pieces of contributed artwork. These have been layered and collaged to create the full artwork, which includes elements of graphic design, illustration, photography and more.

The artists involved come from 85 countries, though the pieces we're showing you here are all from the UK. The full set of artworks can seen on the Red Bull Collective Art website.

The exhibition arrives in London after appearing in Los Angeles, Mexico City and Olso. It's sponsored by Adobe, which is running a Creative Days event tomorrow in London showcasing the new tools in its recently controversial Creative Cloud subscription offering. The event, which will be live-streamed, also features debates on subjects around the creativity and the creative industries.

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