Jester Jacques Gallery and the Flaneur Blog are on the lookout for another amazing artist to team up with.
They are looking for an illustrator/designer to create an entirely unique drawing which can be downloaded as wallpaper for computer and Ipad. With that in mind, think: patterns, bold colors, imagery that functions well as a background.
The prizes: have your artwork be downloadable on their online store; get promotion through their Facebook, Twitter and other social media; plus a brief artist interview which will be featured on Flaneur Blog.
The deadline is: January 30th 2013
How to submit work: email no more than 5 jpegs to email@example.com
You can also post on their Facebook page, either sharing a photo album, 1 example of your work or a link to your website/portfolio.
THEIR FAVOURITE ARTISTS ALONG THE WAY WILL BE SHARED ON PINTEREST AND FACEBOOK !
Check out current entries they like and have shared so far on the Jacques Jester Blog.
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