The Art of Love – Digital Exhibition
Meural and Ello have teamed up to give 4 artists the opportunity to have their work featured and promoted on the Meural platform and to be enjoyed by tens of thousands of people on walls across the globe.
We are looking for artwork (traditional, GIF, video, photography, and illustration) on the theme of “love” to coincide with Meural’s Valentine-inspired February art and editorial program. The theme is totally open to creative interpretation.
Each of the 4 artists will be paid $500 for a collection of 5 works which will be available to Meural subscribers for 3 months. Each will also have a dedicated artist page on the platform, along with a featured playlist, with promotion done via email and social channels.
Get inspired by some of the submissions below and then submit your own.
Tyler Spangler’s work focuses on the formalist relationship between images removed from their original context.
Bold bright POP from the mind of YoungEarlGrey, consistent pursuer of reimagined imagery from a childhood filled with neon colours and sharply sparkling accessories coupled with a blatant FUCK YOU attitude.
The art of WAVELRNT (Emmanuel Achusim) is in-descriptive yet sublime, stripped down of any distractions or defining borders, his work allows for a deeper reflection into human nature and behavior, far from being Pessimistic but yet lugubrious, his work can be described as post-digital art.
My work is an exploration between the mixture of strength and delicacy of femininity in natural surrealistic environments that is born from the combination of illustration and collage characterized by having a psychedelic hint, use of textures, paper cuts and bold and vibrant colors.
The works are purposely meant to be as gender neutral as possible in order to encompass any type of love.
I've recently begun a series of images experimenting with generative art, an attempt to convey beauty, grace, elegance, even love, through carefully composed algorithmic structures.
Kayankwok is an Artist and Art Director based in Hong Kong. She has been working with different media in her art pieces such as oil painting, water colour, digital collage, video, projection installation and interactive installation.
This body of work incorporates photography, found images and textures, and bold fields of color to explore concepts of personal identity.
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