Rain On Me Poster Competition – Lady Gaga And Adobe Want Your Imagination And Creativity

Written by Staff Writers
Category: Arts Published: Tuesday, 01 September 2020 11:21

Grammy Award-winning artist Lady Gaga has teamed up with Adobe and Live Nation to challenge local creatives.


Earlier in the year, creative types in US and Europe were challenged to create their 'Chromatica' – their own vision of the world of Lady Gaga's sixth studio album, released in May.

Now it's Australia's turn.

Using Adobe apps, creators will need to tap into their imagination to design a poster inspired by the rich, visual world of 'Rain On Me'. Each creator will have access to a range of creative assets including photography, illustrations, textures and icons, as well as Lady Gaga-inspired templates in Spark and Photoshop Camera Lenses.



The winners will receive the AUD equivalent of US$10,000 cash and a high-quality print of their artwork, autographed by Lady Gaga.

To submit, post your artwork to a public Instagram feed, tagging @AdobeCreativeCloud #LadyGagaxAdobe #contest or share it on Twitter with @CreativeCloud #LadyGagaxAdobe #contest.

Entries close 22 September. Visit the Adobe Blog for more info.

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