Were You Bullied as a Kid? Adobe Wants to Hear From You

The Company Teams Up With The Bully Project to Reach Out to the Creative Community

Published On
Oct 08, 2014

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Did you struggle to fit in at school? Get picked on for standing out? Chances are, if you work in the creative world, yes.

That's why Adobe is encouraging people in the creative community to share their stories of bullying at The Bully Project Mural. The company and agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners helped develop the site in support of The Bully Project, a non-profit dedicated to stamping out bullying. The Bully Project was founded by Brooklyn-based director Lee Hirsch, who was himself bullied as a boy, following his 2011 documentary "Bully."

The site is a digital mosaic intended to stitch together the personal stories and artistic expressions of people who have witnessed or been victims of bullying. It has launched with the work of 16 well-known artists, but is open to anyone who wants to share their story by creating a new project on the portfolio site Behance and tagging it #thebullyprojectmural.