Time-lapse footage shows creation of world's largest Skittles mosaic Add to ...


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Dry July is a campaign in Australia to support those with cancer by getting people to go alcohol-free for the month. One of the challenges of the campaign was to create the world’s largest Skittles art mosaic. According to TIG Media, “the iconic image took more than 50,000 Skittles and over 67 man hours to re-create.”

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