Big Bead Projects

Get inspired by the possibility with PhotoPearls software

Over the years, we have challenged the possibility of creating larger PhotoPearls motives.
Here are a few examples of the exciting projects we have created around the world.

Zlatan Ibrahimović

Made with intuitive by Björn Malmström and students at Örtagårds elementary
school (Rosengård, Malmö, Sweden) .

  • 144,000 beads
  • 1.80 x 1.90 meters


Made by International peace organization CISV youth camp outside Jönköping,

  • 190,000 beads

Lovely Days

Made by students at Fryshuset (Stockholm, Sweden).

  • 316,800 beads


The Big Picture Project

President Barack Obama in 372.600 beads

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 were 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 picture was displayed outside the White House , and for media in New

  • 372,600 beads
  • 9 x 11 ½ foot

Video clips from the project

Bead My Ride

Car tuning with BEADS!

Event for the launch of the game Forza Motorsport for XBox at Fryshuset in Stockholm
,Sweden together with Microsoft and Audi.

Video clips from the project

Guinness World Records in Ireland

Made by Brian Flood and 62 students at Baltinglass school.

The bead picture is registered as a world record by Guinness World Records.

  • 430.000 Beads
  • 280 x 385 cm

Video clips from the project

The Last Supper

Made by Önsta Gryta church congregation in Västerås, Sweden.

  • 7.50 x 1.50 meters

Video clips from the project

Pimp My Truck

Guinness World Records

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).

  • 1,680,200 beads
  • 4.65 m x 8.70 m (40 square meters).

Video clips from the project