Wallpaper Competition

Create a phone wallpaper design for BEAF 2020 and win prizes!

While we all might be stuck inside our four walls at the moment, we thought the best way to keep busy is to get creative.. by making digital wallpaper!  

We are calling all illustrators, designers, artists and doodlers to create a phone wallpaper tying in with our 2020 festival theme this year: 2B Human.

The brief is simple – create your own phone wallpaper design based on what it means to you to be human.

Designs must be high resolution 1080px by 1920px (9:16)

Prizes

Two winning designs will be chosen:

  • 1st prize: 6 months subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud Suite
  • 2nd prize: Paints from Stuart Semple’s Culture Hustle

Ten runner up designs will be featured in a projected exhibition in Boscombe during the festival.

All winning entries will be featured in our Instagram highlight for everyone to enjoy as a digital souvenir of BEAF 2020!

How to enter 

Submit your design to gotbeaf@gmail.com or tag us @gotbeaf on Instagram using the hashtag #BEAFWallpaper

All entries must be submitted by Monday 18th May

N.B. All submitted material must be original and suitable for viewing by all ages. BEAF reserves the right to refuse any submission.

Winners will be announced on Friday 22nd May.

Good luck!

Featured wallpaper design by Natalie Cook

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