Design your own Lady Gaga-inspired world with your favorite Adobe creative apps. You could win $10,000 and have your artwork signed by Lady Gaga herself.
Lady Gaga is not only a Grammy-award winning artist, she is a true cultural icon. With the release of her sixth studio album, Lady Gaga introduced us to Chromatica through her eyes. And now, she teamed up with Adobe and Live Nation to challenge you to use your creativity to bring your own inner world of Chromatica to life, a planet anchored by equality.
The challenge is simple: using exclusive assets curated by Mother Monster, tap into your imagination, and creatively express the unique meaning of Chromatica to you.
The possibilities are endless. Below are two examples provided courtesy of Adobe:
And while participating is fun, the grand prize winner will receive: $10,000 in cash, a high-quality print of their artwork autographed by Lady Gaga and a 12-month Adobe All-Apps Creative Cloud Subscription.
“My fans have consistently shown their love and creativity through their art over the years, and always make me feel so happy and understood. I can’t wait to see what Chromatica means to them,” said Lady Gaga.
“Adobe’s mission has always been to empower people to express themselves creatively. Now more than ever, creativity is being used to speak out against inequality, cope in the midst of a pandemic, and, hopefully, build bridges with one another,” said Ann Lewnes, EVP + CMO, Adobe. “Who better to join forces with than one of the most creative and compassionate people in the universe, Lady Gaga, to empower our community to build worlds that unite us all.”
Head over here for step by step instructions on how to enter the “Create Your Chromatica” Challenge, as well as more information on the Adobe Creativity Tour. Contest open to residents of US, UK, Canada (exc. Quebec), France, Germany, and Japan.
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