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DANCE (RED), SAVE LIVES: Adobe Student Competition with Futura

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Published on Aug 20, 2013

(RED) has teamed up with Adobe Creative Cloud to offer digital art, graphic design, and illustration students the chance of a lifetime: submit your past work on the Behance network for a chance to design the next digital album cover for DANCE (RED), SAVE LIVES with legendary artist, Futura.

Futura is a New York based, abstract art pioneer, equally known for his vibrant painting and iconic hand styles, as he is for his commerical work with likes of The Clash, Nike, Agnes B, A Bathing Ape, Supreme, Hennessy, Burton, Uniqlo, The North Face and Levi's.

Join the fight against AIDS and enter for your chance to have your work seen by millions at: http://behance.net/competitions/adobe...

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Rules
• Submit any past project that best describes your creative style
• Only one entry per user is permitted
• We are specifically targeting Graphic Design, Illustration, and Digital Art
• All submissions will be judged by originality, use of Adobe pro tools and all around awesomeness
• We are looking for a student who is excited to collaborate with Futura, and prepared to be part of a global dance movement

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