Time's Running Out: Get Featured in Format Magazine
Submit work to be featured in Format Magazine and receive a $100 artist grant and a free Format subscription for one year.
The Format team also produces an online publication, Format Magazine. It’s a space to explore and talk about creativity and, most importantly, to highlight the incredible art being made by people using Format.
"We have teamed up with Ello to give five artists the opportunity to be featured on Format Magazine and have their work seen by thousands of people across the globe. Visual artists working in any medium are welcome to apply. Inspired by Ello, we’re looking for work that explores the concept of community. What does community mean to you? Where do you find it? Feel free to interpret this theme any way you choose."
In addition to being featured in the magazine, each selected artist will be awarded a $100 artist grant. And they’ll be invited to join the Format community with a free one-year website subscription.
Get inspired by the submissions below then submit your own work.
This project wants to put in discussion the connection between people who are seemingly different but in the end, they realize their similarities and come together. I shot these photographs while thinking of the word "Xenophobia" and "translating" it into the exact opposite.
This grouping of photos evokes a sense of nostalgia for me, as they are reminiscent of my childhood.
A 3d editorial, I tried to create a new environment for something as tough and severe as a cactus, giving it a new meaning.
My name is Fernando. Illustrator living in Sao Paulo, Brazil. My main influences are: Art of Collage, Japanese drawing, Kandinsky, Mondrian. I consider my art simple and emotional.
Daily drawing series inspired by people in New York
Amy Liu, a Chinese-Canadian Illustrator studying in Baltimore at the Maryland Institute College of Art. My work is ever-changing and evolving with my personal interests, aesthetically or culturally.
Our reinterpretation of Leonardo da Vinci's work 'Lady with an Ermine'
This proposal was designed thinking in the creative space environment (Creative, Designer, Writer, Etc), Our Computer is GOLD for us don't matter Models or Year.
Community is all about diversity, different ideas, expanding our own ideas, exposing ourselves to new ways of thinking, accepting and loving others, learning from them.
This collages try to express this in a minimal and very direct way.
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