What do you get when you connect 250,000 fans from over 80 countries? A Michael Jackson portrait. If that equation has you stumped, meet David Ilan and Jerry Biederman; two men determined keep Jackson’s legacy alive via interactive pointillism. One dot = one person and you, our loyal gendance readers (GFFs) are called upon for this very cause. Visit the link below and see how you can become a dot to help create a live pointillism portrait of MJ.
If you’re art class skills are a bit rusty, pointillism is a style of painting where small distinct dots of color create the impression of a wide selection of other colors. (Still doesn’t ring a bell? Watch this classic scene from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.) But this trend is no “Sunday in the Park”; this is Michael Jackson, our icon and it’s our duty to help preserve his impact for future generations with worldwide humanity. (Folks, within hours of this artist announcement, thousands of fans from around the globe chimed in to get their dot.) Even more poignant about this pointillism project is the celebrity artist who created it. Super-fab Ilan has dotted with David Beckham (wowza), Scarlett Johansson, Vanessa Williams and funny man Jerry Seinfeld. gendance joined this tribute to support this next gen artist who is making a global difference. gendancers, unite and Tell your Friends. Become a dot today and join with 250,000 Michael Jackson fans to form this live portrait of the legend we know and love. It’s FREE! (yes, on a dancer’s budget, we know.) Watch this trend LIVE to find out how you can become a dot.