Artist Invites Social ❤️
2017-10-02 06:00:00.000000Z - 2017-10-24 06:00:00.000000Z
Ello’s Artist Invite technology connects you, the Ello artist community, with brands, agencies, publishers and fans via curated creative briefs. Working in close collaboration with our partners we launch relevant creative projects to bring you visibility, influence and opportunity (money bags).
We are dead-set on supporting and presenting the work of today’s best contemporary artists and designers. We want to spread the word about our Artist Invite opportunities…with your help. What does this mean? We’re asking you to submit your original or existing artwork, either recontextualized or manipulated, typographically or otherwise to help us promote Ello’s Artist Invites on Ello and our social channels.
Images should be able to fit into a 1:1 (square), 1.91:1 (landscape), or 4:5 (portrait) ratio.
How to Enter:
Click the SUBMIT button above. Include three images that show a distinct artistic point of view, a short statement about your work, and a link to your website or portfolio. Only complete submissions will be considered. No text or calls-to-action necessary – we just want to see killer artwork.
• Five selected artists will receive $100 artist grants.
• Work will be shared across Ello social channels and on the Ello editorial homepage, with attribution.
Submissions will be reviewed by Ello’s curatorial team and announced on the Artist Invite. We're excited to see your work.
Hi, I would be honored if you would consider the work of my stepfather, Richard Van Vliet. I’ve created both social med...
When I Push (Beatbox) - Reeps One
Move (beatbox) - Reeps One
Social media interactions—with models in complete control/collaboration with the naming. Smashing awkwardness and morali...
Submitted to Artist Invites Social
Sher Love Contemporary Artist, Creating Passionate Art & Inspiring Love. My Digital...
Acrylic and Paper on Canvas
53 x 72.7 cm (20.9 x 28.6 in)
A dark airship or something is preparing for bo...
Cube Invite ~ Sterling Love
To Me, the cube/logo looks like it's doing a "Happy Dance", then pauses long enough to flash...
acrylic, ink, pouring medium, and watercolour on canvas / 16x12