Join Art Club
We’re looking for rad people who want to join our growing community of artists and those who are interested in exploring the intersection of the digital and physical.
We work with great artists who create some of the most beautiful, weird and amazing things on the internet. You can learn more about all the participating artists here.
This opportunity is competitive due to limited resources –– we typically select about 10% of applicants.
What You’ll Make
A series consisting of 5-6 images, animations, videos, or art websites (More details on specs below).
In Optische Konstruktion, Sandra constructs her own mobiles and captures stop motion animations that retain the handmade feeling of the sets.
Portrait Mode showcases what Lauren has coined as "moving paintings," an expressive hybrid of mediums that combines oil painting with stop motion techniques.
Over the course of one hour, Hateplow slowly breaks down his Greakheads busts to reveal the sculptures' structural mesh, then builds them back up to show how they're made.
Installing virtual sculptures into vacant locations, Birch's Threshold Figure Encounters blurs the line between the physical and the virtual world.
What You’ll Get
Selected artists will receive an EO Display plus a $500 commission fee, and will be featured and promoted in Art Club.
We review applications for Art Club on a rolling basis.
Due to the volume of submissions we receive, we do our best to respond to each one but sometimes it can take a couple of weeks. Thanks for your paintence!
- 1080px x 1920 pixels
- 9:16 aspect ratio
- PNGs or JPGs
- 10MB maximum
- 1080px x 1920px
- 9:16 aspect ratio (portrait)
- 100MB max
- H.264 codec
- MP4 container
- Frame rates of 24, 29.97, or 30 will look smoothest on the EO1
- No audio stream (smaller files and prevents performance errors)
- Very high bitrates (20K +) may cause video to stutter at loop point. Experiment with lower bit rates if you notice your loops have unsightly gaps.
Art Club Fund
The Electric Objects Art Club Fund is a commitment of $100,000 to commissioning new works of digital art in 2016. That’s $100,000 for JPGs, GIFs, PNGs, MP4s and art websites. Learn more in our Art Club overview.
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