Studio@Gawker was tapped by BlackBerry to throw an exclusive premiere party for Robert Rodriguez's short film, Two Scoops , the result of a never-been-done-before collaborative effort between Robert and his fans called Project Green Screen. Held in New York City, the event featured a floor-to-ceiling green screen as the backdrop for a gallery of monitors showcasing all of the entries that fans had submitted, including tweets, sketches and video performances posted to YouTube.

Prior to the SoHo event, Studio@Gawker was brought in to help spread the word about the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help finish a Robert Rodriguez film as part of Project Green Screen. Fans had the opportunity throughout the BlackBerry-sponsored project to submit their ideas to complete the film with certain key elements - the monster, the main weapon and the agent. Studio@Gawker partnered with professional writers and illustrators, and published a series of sponsored posts on Gawker, Gizmodo and io9. These posts asked the artists for their visions on how to complete the film, then encouraged fans to submit their own.

I led development of art for the posts, bringing in artists Brian Viveros, Tracy Tubera and Josh Henson to share their ideas with our readers. Click through the gallery below to see the full set of amazing work from these three artists.