About to give up, I recalled an exhibit at a Biennale a few years ago in one of the Sydney wharf buildings. The artist had organised the construction of thousands of small sculptures by the people of a Chinese town. This to me was successful teamwork. Each sculpture was hand-crafted with a simple face and body. No two sculptures were alike. When amassed together the effect was breathtaking - thousands of small faces silently staring up at you.
You'll need to see a few photos to take in the true impact... All rights have been reserved on these images, so I will just provide links - to a close up and to an overall shot.
Not knowing the name of the artist, the year of the exhibit, a quick Flickr search came up with answers first time around - very impressive! A work by Antony Gormley, "Asian Field 2003" comprised of 180,000 statues, made by only 350 people.
It goes to show, if we each do our bit - no matter how small, together we can achieve amazing things.