Human aerial art

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noun- Human aerial art is a medium developed by John Quigley of Spectral Q that uses people to create artwork on land that converts to inspirational communication when viewed from the air. It is designed to build community and inspire creativity.
Aerial art created in Repulse Bay in Hong Kong with 800 school children organised by Ocean Recovery Alliance and Spectral Q
Aerial art created in Repulse Bay in Hong Kong with 800 school children organised by Ocean Recovery Alliance and Spectral Q
Aerial art created in Repulse Bay in Hong Kong with 800 school children organised by Ocean Recovery Alliance and Spectral Q
Aerial art created in Repulse Bay in Hong Kong with 800 school children organised by Ocean Recovery Alliance and Spectral Q
1,000 children and 150 volunteers create human aerial art of a shark in Repulse Bay Beach in Hong Kong designed by John Quigley and organized by Doug Woodring of Ocean Recovery Alliance














































Video of Human Aerial Art in 2012

Schoolchildren in Repulse Bay Beach in Hong Kong create human aerial art in an event organized by Doug Woodring and Ocean Recovery Alliance.

Video of Human Aerial Art in 2013

Schoolchildren in Repulse Bay Beach in Hong Kong create human aerial art in an event organized by Doug Woodring and Ocean Recovery Alliance.

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