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In school, group projects were always a disaster. One control freak, two slackers, and you, who just wanted a good grade. (I’m assuming that Inc. readers were the good students.) But what if there were a group art project and no boss? Reddit found out and it turns out that it’s awesome.

For April Fool’s Day, Reddit came up with an art project with a twist. You could only add one pixel at a time and you had to wait several minutes between pixels. With millions of people participating, you couldn’t just claim a corner of your own and place pixels to make a picture of your choice.

According to Sudoscript, it started as you’d expect, with people just placing random dots, but then pictures began to form. Groups began to take off (and of course, the first picture made by a group was inappropriate for Inc audiences). Somebody suggested using a grid to assign out parts, and a major work of art was formed.

To keep reading, click here: Reddit Users Prove Team Work and Group Projects Can Be Amazing