Pixels of Fury at Adobe MAX: Who Won and What Went Down

If there’s one thing we love more than discovering all the amazing images in our library, it’s seeing what people can do with them. That’s why we’re so excited our Pixels of Fury design competition is running strong in 2013. Later this month, the Fury is touching down in San Francisco during HOW Design Live and SF Design Week. As we gear up for the showdown, we’re taking a look back at our last event, which stormed Los Angeles during Adobe MAX in May.

Check out all of the posters that were created on the spot by the contestants in LA, and see which one came out on top in the final round, along with an exclusive time-lapse video of its creation. Remember, competitors only have 20 minutes to build their posters from scratch once the timer begins, so this is no easy feat — especially when you’re surrounded by a throng of cheering onlookers. Think you can handle the challenge yourself? Apply to compete in San Francisco, and you may get the chance to prove it!

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The winning poster by designer Erik Jessen:

A time-lapse video of the winning poster’s creation: