Tell us about life in your monitor!
• Tell me about life in your monitor!
In the network every day there are hundreds of interesting contests, but the contests, take part which can not only professional photographers, artists and designers, but even children with a pencil in his hand, not so much.
Today, the focus of our attention - a creative competition "Life in my monitor! ", The organizers of which positioned it as an international and promise many exciting prizes in different categories.
The main theme of the contest: the interpretation of the life of your monitor, and the embodiment of the idea can be absolutely anything - from photos, drawings and collages, to paintings and created using computer generated imagery. The main thing - an unusual opening theme, interesting and creative flow.
As for the prizes, according to the terms of the competition, winner of the 1st place winner will receive a prize of 1 million rubles, the holders of the 2nd and 3rd places will receive 500 000 rubles and 250 000 respectively.
The contest will take place in several stages, each of which in addition to the possibility to reach the final, the participants are waiting for a lot of additional prizes from sponsors and organizers-the-art laptops and digital photographic equipment, trips to the most different corners of our planet, and much more. In addition, the best works will get a hundred finalists and will be presented at the exhibition, which is organized on the basis of competition.
Conditions for participation are simple enough - you register online their job, most accurately revealing the theme of the contest, and later participate in the vote.
Evaluate work in different categories will be both network users and a professional jury consisting of photographers, artists and designers.
The contest has just started, and on the background of the first works, sure, the work of our readers will be the main contenders for the win :)
Among the first 100 participants will soon be held draw of one of the prizes - Samsung S27B750V monitor with asymmetrical design and excellent image quality. What is not a reason to take part now? :)