This Is Your Last Chance To Win A Socialite
A high resolution version of the entire photo for the contest is here for you to download and manipulate to your hearts content.
We’ve have some amazing entries so far – but keep them coming. A Socialite’s Life brings you another Photoshop contest, this time sponsored by SKETCH365.com. Once again we are testing the Photoshop skills of our readers. Here’s the deal, whomever creates the best (according to Miu) Photoshopped recreation (use your imagination – anything on the photo can be altered) of the photo above will win “ANOREXIA” (shown below) by Cojo, Art Juggernaut. Entries must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line Photoshop Contest! You have from this second up until tonight, February, 28 2006, at 10pm Eastern Time. The winner will be announced on Wednesday, March, 1 2006.
Find out what Sketch365.com is all about, after the jump.
Sketch365.com is an online Sketch-A-Day Contemporary Art Experiment from the mind of Maxim Magazine’s back page artist Cojo, “Art Juggernaut.” His commercial work has been printed in twelve countries and ten languages. He’s been printed in Maxim Magazine over 60 times, The Source Magazine over 30. His artwork has been featured in Rolling Stone, Vibe, XXL, King, Ecko’s Complex, Black Book Magazine, and dozens of others. He’s done Fat Albert art for FUBU, Air Force 1 art for Nike, Black History Month art for Nickelodeon, Spring Break art for MTV.
His work has been used as props on The Drew Carey Show, America’s Next Top Model, Reno 911!, MTV’s Boiling Points, BET’s College Hill.
The popular boombox and DJ bags Cojo designed for LOOP / Parcel have been photographed on celebrities and or featured in Entertainment Weekly, Us Weekly, In Touch Magazine, Fader Magazine, Jane Magazine, Maxim Magazine, and The Village Voice.
The sketch “Anorexia” is the first drawing from the Socialite series of Sketch 365. Winner not only receives the original hand drawn Cojo artwork, but two VIP invites to the Private Gala Unveiling of the 10 paintings derived from the sketches in the experiment.
Visit www.Sketch365.com for more details
We look forward to your entries! Thanks again to Sketch365.com.