Time's Running Out: Get your Work Featured by Ello & Superfine! for #GlobalPrideDay 🏳️🌈.
Since 2010, Ello has aspired to provide a safe environment that celebrates cultural and creative diversity. We know that’s not the case in the real world. That’s why we think more than ever, it is important to celebrate #PRIDE, which started with a protest at The Stonewall Inn.
Superfine! Art Fair's (@superfineartfair) mission has always been to help artists and art buyers connect with each other, whether that's through exhibitions, education, or catered services for artists. Founded by LGBTQ+ couple Alex Mitow and James Miille, Superfine! breaks down outdated barriers in the art world by instead focusing on marketing, transparency, and diversity.
If you identify as LGBTQ+ or an ally we want to see your unique perspective on equality and imagery you imagine can spark change, open minds, or create meaningful dialogues with communities. Show us what #PRIDE means to you.
10-15 artists will also be selected by Ello and Superfine! Art Fair, and will each:
• Be featured in an Ello Blog article
• Receive complimentary access to one of Superfine's three upcoming Masterclasses of their choice: Sales Funnels for Artists (July 8), SEO for Artists (August 12), or How to Price Your Art to Sell (September 9).
• Be featured across Ello, Talenthouse, and Zooppa social channels
Additionally, one artist will receive:
• Access to Superfine!'s Master of The Business of Art (MBA) Virtual Bootcamp ($399 value), which will take place on July 18 and 19, which includes
• a virtual happy hour event on Saturday, July 18th to connect with the other artists attending the class, as well as
• a 22-minute private Zoom video strategy call with CEO Alex Mitow or managing partner James Miille.
Need a nudge? Get inspired by some of the submissions and featured #PRIDE posts below then submit your own.
Joey Ohls by Jamie Thißen-Betts
I am a predominantly black and white film photographer based out of Hamburg, Germany. My goal is to create visual poetry throughout the Art I create with the many wonderful people I work with.
My name is Paola Basmagi, I am a student of Graphic and Advertising Communication based in Colombia. Since I was little drawing has been my passion, and I love when I get to create pieces that have a meaningful message and can touch somebody in a more emotional level.
In this piece, I tried to portray love, diversity, and strength.
We are in an excessive, superficial, hyper-sexualized and hyper-connected society, which over-consumes, discriminates and makes people more and more selfish. My photographs are above all an ode to freedom and tolerance. I work a lot on weariness and the body. The body is everywhere on social networks and in magazines, it becomes, for many, an addiction to the race for perfection, while weariness is a reflection of our generation.
I bring our world to light, both in its best and worst, by immersing my characters in everyday situations where many messages and criticisms are hidden.
Celebrating pride month with Toy Faces Library launch. I created a diverse set of 3D avatars called Toy Faces.
This bundle of 3D avatars is to help add a little more fun and diversity to your designs. Design needs better representation and diversity, this is just a small step from my side to offer more of it.
Moving forward I. Love is love.
Progressing community means equal community.
Some of this year's Pride Stickers! 🌈 You can get these via Giphy GIF search!
I'm a self taught photographer who is particularly keen on conveying a narrative when capturing moments.