Examples of large bead pictures made with PhotoPearls software and mounted with double-sided adhesive sheets.
Made with intuitive by Björn Malmström and students at Örtagårds elementary school (Rosengård, Malmö, Sweden) .
Made by students at Fryshusets Gymnasium (Stockholm, Sweden).
About a thousand fourth-graders from nearly all U.S. states participated in the creation of the President Obama picture made with beads. The bead picture was assembled in Westerly, Rhode Island. After Westerly it was displayed at CHA Summer Super Show in Orlando (with the Orange County Mayor Richard T. Crotty present). The day before the president’s birthday The big picture was displayed to the public outside the White House. The tour ended with a media event in New York.
Made with intuitive by Brian Flood and 62 students at Baltinglass school. The bead picture is registered as a world record by Guinness World Records.
Car tuning with BEADS!PR event for the launch of the Forza Motorsport game for XBox at Fryshuset in Stockholm together with Microsoft and Audi.
Made by Önsta Gryta church congregation in Västerås, Sweden.
The world’s largest bead picture (2015) created by students at Väringaskolan in Sigtuna (Sweden). The bead picture is registered as a world record by Guinness World Records. The world record can be seen in the departure hall of Terminal 5 at Arlanda (Stockholm, Sweden).
The beaded project is made by Michael Faurby Hansen and bead picture can be seen at Sportscentre Herning in Denmark.
Follow Michael’s fantastic work at perlerekord.dk or facebook.com/perlerkord
The software works with 30 different bead colors, which can all be found in our PhotoPearls Start Kit and as refills, and click-together square pegboards, which can be used separately or together to create projects of all different sizes.
A Beginner’s Guide on how to create bead-by-number patterns from your own digital photos.
How to assemble your beaded pixel art with double-sided adhesive sheets.