SPORE Project

Welcome to the SPORE Project!

Turn your paper lunch bags into art and take part in the largest art installation in the world! Thousands and thousands and thousands of paper bag mushrooms are being planted around the world! Show your support for creativity and art education!

About the SPORE Project
How to make a mushroom
Now what?
• Mushroom plantings around the world!
World wide map of mushrooms
In the news…
The SPORE store
More about the SPORE Project

7 Responses to SPORE Project

  1. tess says:

    I’m in!

  2. jimmyboi2 says:

    I would love to help create a mushroom cloud across the surface of the earth. Let me know when !!

  3. x2creator says:


  4. […] Please let me know if you decide to join in too.  I’d love to see your kids’ creations.  You can find everything you need to know about The Spore Project here. […]

  5. Steven Madoe says:

    Just saw some of these on Mills Lawn at Rollins College in use as an advertisement for radio station WPRK.

    Take a look:

  6. […] Seth contacted me with the info about “The Spore Project”. You can read abou it here: https://dougrhodehamel.wordpress.com/2010/01/01/spore-project-3/ You can SEE it here: […]

  7. […] SPORE Project is a worldwide effort developed by Doug Rhodehamel to promote awareness for the support for art education and creativity in day-to-day life. the […]

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