That initiative, launched on Tuesday, aims to combat racism and promote diversity while also helping those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The squares, which will be mounted and framed afterwards, will be sold for £200 each.
Toto Wolff on how Lewis Hamilton encouraged him to recognise problems around race in Formula One
The July 5 opener will be held without spectators at the Red Bull Ring.
Formula One and data partner Amazon Web Services also announced six new graphics for television viewers that will be introduced over the course of a season that has been delayed and reworked due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
They include 'car performance scores' as well as driver skills ratings and speed comparisons along with qualifying and race pace predictions.