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Submissions now being accepted for the internationally regarded Digital Graffiti Festival, returning for its 11th year, May 18-20, 2018. Digital artists interested in participating can submit their work for consideration at digitalgraffiti.com/callforentries before February 1, 2018.
Last year’s festival, sponsored by Christie, welcomed artists from around the world to participate and join in the event. Kameron Neal of Brooklyn, NY, took home Best of Show with “Liquid Love” and was among the digital artists in attendance at the event.
“Liquid Love,” by Kameron Neal. For more images, visit digitalgraffiti.com/gallery
Other artist recaps on their Digital Graffiti 2017 experience:
“Digital Graffiti Festival was a perfect combination of warm nights, projection, wandering, and appreciation of the work of artist from around the world, with some truly inspirational pieces by artists working in new technologies. I learned so much from the other artists.” (We edited this a tad to make it more cohesive) – Helen Marshall, “Nightfall
“The opportunity to spend so much time with other artists was a surprise and very much appreciated.” – James Pricer, “Inherit”
“Digital Graffiti was an incredible experience, I’m so honored Nowhere Mountain got to be a part of it. Such a fantastic, unique setting, absolutely filled with amazing, eye popping art. I left feeling energized and very inspired.” – Mark Regester of Nowhere Mountain, a 2017 Special Recognition winner for “Flag”
“The DG artist residency is a fantastic way to shape an artwork into the unique architecture and landscape of Alys Beach, and create something unseen for the audiences as well as the artist.” – Robert Seidel, 2017 artist in residence with “Tempest”
For more information about the 2018 Digital Graffiti festival, please visit digitalgraffiti.com.