Make It on Mobile continues in its second year, this time with 23 artists from around the world with a focus on illustration and photography. These artists learned, experimented, and played with Adobe's latest creative mobile apps to achieve a diverse set of posters in just two days. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at what happened.

The event took place on July 26-27, 2017 in New York City. Check out all the finished artwork in the Behance project links below. 

Adobe Director of Product Bryan O'Neil Hughes and Adobe Product Marketing Specialist Pollyanna Macchiano introduce Make It on Mobile to 2017's group of artists.
Curator of contemporary design at Cooper-Hewitt and Director of the Graphic Design MFA program at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) Ellen Lupton gives an inspiring talk about storytelling in design.
Adobe Experience Designer Bradee Evans gets Austin Mann and Hedvig Haggman set up with Adobe mobile apps on their new iPad Pros.
Artists Victoria Siemer, Kervin Brisseaux, and Jennet Liaw from Make It on Mobile 2016 talk about their experiences with the event, mobile apps, and iPad Pro.
Artists Chris Piascik, Alivia Latimer, Elissa Patel, Keetra Dean Dixon and Austin Mann pick out their quote to inspire their final poster designs.
Artists Eric Friedensohn, Jing Wei, and Hedvig Haggman share their quote picks.
Brooke DiDonato and Esther Goh participate in a photowalk around Manhattan.
Austin Mann gets some shots of the Trinity Boxing Club in downtown Manhattan.
Tyler Sharp, Austin Mann, and Sam Horine put their heads together and collaborate.
Artists and Adobe staff hard at work.
Artists and Adobe staff mingle and work together.
Dilek Isildak takes a closer look as her poster gets printed.
Brooke DiDonato gets comfortable to work on her iPad Pro.
David Prutting shares his thought process behind his final poster design.
Photo credits: Matthew Richmond, Sam Wick, and Bryan O'Neil Hughes
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