October 28, 2008
Me & Woz, down by the schoolyard
Quick–which of the following doesn’t seem to belong?
- Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple
- Peter Max, Pop art icon
- Rudolf Frieling, Media Arts Curator @ SF MoMA
- Me (!?), guy without Wikipedia page/icon status (this biz notwithstanding)
Somehow I’ve gotten tapped to serve as a judge with these guys for a digital art contest connected to Macworld:
The Macworld Conference and Expo Digital Art Gallery is now accepting artwork submissions. Images chosen will be exhibited at Macworld being held at Moscone Center in San Francisco January 6-9, 2009.
This competition is open to all Macintosh digital artists in the United States and the cost to enter is $20.00 per artist with a 3-image limit. Artists may enter in either the Student or Hobbyist/Professional category.
I’m kind of tripped out (and flattered) to have any association, however tangential, with a guy whose signature adorned the Apple IIgs after which I lusted in 7th grade. If the contest is up your alley, don’t delay: the deadline to enter is this Friday, Oct. 31. More details are on the site.