Lil Nas X is teaming up with Adobe for a very special challenge where fans can submit cover art to inspire his next single.
You design, he rhymes. Adobe and Lil Nas X are inviting you to design the cover art to inspire his next single, and you could win yourself $10,000.
Using any Adobe creative app, including Photoshop, Illustrator, and Fresco, bring your cover art ideas to life and enter your design to The Cover Art Song Contest. The winner will see his art turned into rhymes by Lil Nas X himself, and win $10,000.
Entering couldn’t be easier, design your cover art, share it with the hashtag #LilNasXAdobeContest and tag @adobegencreate. Be creative, be yourself, and own it. Whatever drives your creativity, follow that, and not only will you inspire Lil Nas X, you’ll inspire the world. One chosen winner will receive $10,000–don’t sweat it if your cover doesn’t win the cash, Adobe will be choosing 5 runner-ups to receive a 12-month Adobe Creative Cloud subscription.
Everyone is free to share their inspiring, creative work (ages 13 and up) and that means from the first-time Creative Cloud users to the pros who know every shortcut without looking them up. You’ve got until September 30th to submit your design. Let’s get it.
As Lil Nas X says in the official kick-off video: “This is not a drill. This is the official announcement that I’m going to make a song based on your cover art that you’re going to make with your official artistic talent. Did I mention that it’s going to be extremely official?”
Check the campaign website for more info, submission dates, and how to participate.
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