German artist Niklas Roy created "Instant Art Career", an "interactive installation which turns anyone into a successful artist," for the Katowice Street Art Festival. Staged in an abandoned store in Katowice, Poland, the project displayed a painting machine in the shop's window. Any passersby could use this machine to contribute strokes of paint to a growing work of art. The finished painting was the result of everyone's collective effort. The machine was operated by ropes that controlled the movement of brushes on a canvas. Each artist received credit and compensation for his or her creative input. Works were auctioned off during the festival, and participants split earned commissions.
Watch the painting machine in action below: