Crowd-sourced art projects? You knew Google would get there faster rather than later. And with the cooperative backing of the UK’s Tate Modern gallery, musicians Chris Milk and Aaron Koblin have had the ability to do just that, taking the surrealist concept of “the charming corpse”– a developing word tree exercise crafted by very early 20th century surrealists – and transmuting it into The Exquisite Woodland, an animation-based partnership that lives on the internet. The exhibit, which kicks off July 23rd and ought to run for about 6 months, is yet another of Mountain View’s Chrome Tryouts and recommends any sort of aspiring designer to log-in to the dedicated portal and add to existing trees (read: branching visual tales) or seed one of their own. You can check into a short online video explanation of the project’s creation after the break. However if this idea currently has your creative juices flowing to the point of flooding, why not just hit up the source below and help water this multimedia yard.