Time's Running Out: Submit Your Work to Humanoid’s Creative Collective Wakeboard Series
Submit your work for the opportunity to be a featured artist on Humanoid’s Creative Collective wakeboard series. Selected works will be printed and produced for the inaugural 2018 summer production run.
Selected artists will receive a 5% commission from the sale of wakeboards that feature their works. Naturally, you’ll also receive a wakeboard that showcases your contributed art.
• 1-8 Artists will be selected to have their works printed as the next Creator Collective graphic for our IO series wakeboard
• Artists will receive a 5% commission (net sales proceeds) on sales of wakeboards your work(s) is printed on
• Each Artist will have a featured profile located on Humanoid’s website, in addition to regular features in email campaigns, and social media posts across Facebook and Instagram
• 1 IO series wakeboard with your graphic
Get inspired by some of the submissions below, then throw your own hat in the ring.
My name is Evgenia Chuvardina and I’m an illustrator and graphic designer. Originally I’m from Russia where I graduated from the Academy of Arts. Now I live in Germany. I draw pictures full of colour and bizarre ideas.
Ashwin is a Dublin-based storyteller & illustrator. His art is heavily influenced by contemporary culture and is rooted in his love of comics, tattoo art and street art.
Originally influenced and passioned about publishing and hybrid books. I started working almost two years ago as a digital artist also known by the name of Malavida, mostly experimenting with new technologies, digital painting, programming, and visual effects.
My interpretation of the motif is brought to life by using pixel art, inspired by retro video game graphics to bring to life a series of illustrations with bright colours and a positive summer vibe.
trying to capture my inner retro cat character for the Humanoid wakeboard!! let this babe ride the wake... heh... much love x x x
Gregory Gasser. Lving in Bern (switzerland). Designer/Illustrator, 80s skateboarding lover and 8bit digitalnative (8bit Remixer).
I like to mix things that belong to different worlds to get some surreal and strange compositions.
All work starts using some kind of rudimentary handmade method and is then played with digitally until just so. I'm inspired by many things - from fine art to textile design to record cover illustrations - anything and everything.
Inspired? Go submit your own work now.