Buckingham Palace: From royal residence to record-breaking art

Updated 1542 GMT (2342 HKT) April 20, 2012
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Buckingham Palace will get a colorful facelift for three nights in April thanks to Face Britain, a project from The Prince's Foundation for Children & the Arts. Getty Images
The Queen's image, made up of 200,000 self-portrait from children across the United Kingdom, is projected onto Buckingham Palace. Getty Images
In addition to artwork from the children, some of Britain's most well-known faces have provided self portraits which will be auctioned on eBay. Here is Grammy winner, Adele's contribution. Courtesy Adele for Face Britain at Children & the Arts
Face Britain aims to provide a platform to celebrate the nation's children and young people in the lead up to the Diamond Jubilee and Olympics. Getty Images
The projection at Buckingham Palace is also a record-breaking attempt of the biggest ever collaboration of artists into one piece. This self portrait is from five-year-old Jack of Lindshead School in Yorkshire, England. Courtesy Jack, Lindhead School - Yorkshire for Face Britain at Children & the Arts
Eight-year-old Harriet from Devon also submitted her self portrait for the world-record attempt. Courtesy Harriet, Devon for Face Britain at Children and the Arts
Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood also provided a self-portrait. Courtesy Ronnie Wood for Face Britain at Children & the Arts
A photographer used a fish eye lens to capture the glory of Buckingham Palace transformed into art. Getty Images