Palm Collective and Polygon Labs Launch Contest for Creators at NFT Paris

Artists will display their work during the upcoming first edition of the NFT Paris Exhibition.
Image source: provided.

Quick take:

  • Polygon Labs and Palm Collective will reward the top three artists as part of the PolyArts Community Contest, Call X Digital Art.
  • Each artist will receive a $500 grant from the Palm Foundation, with the overall winner receiving the Open Call Winner Proof award.
  • The top three artists will also be invited to attend the February 23 event along with a +1.

Palm Collective has announced a collaboration with Polygon Labs to reward artists during the NFT Paris Exhibition. The two companies have launched a creator contest that invites artists to display their work at the event for a chance to receive a $500 grant from the Palm Foundation.

According to the announcement, winners of the contest will have their work displayed at Polygon Labs’ NFT Paris exhibition, nous nous sommes déjà rencontrés, which is a joint exhibition of The Sandbox and Web3 fashion house SYKY. The event begins on February 23, 2024, and closes a day later.

The top three artists will be invited to attend the February 23 event along with a +1, while the one with the most votes also receives the overall Open Call Winner Proof award. The contest is a part of Polygon Labs’ PolyArts Community competition, Call x Digital Art.

Interested creators must connect a crypto wallet and create a Palm ID, then mint their artwork on the Palm Network, to qualify for the grant. The artists then proceed to submit their minted work to the PolyArts Community where a simple guide is provided.

They are also required to add a link to their artwork NFT minted on Palm Netwoek before submitting it to Palm Collective. The contest organisers stress that the artwork must have NOT previously been minted on any blockchain and creators are also required to disclose if they used AI in their artwork.

Submissions for the contest must be entered by February 16, 4:00 PM EST, according to press material shared with NFTgators.

This contest follows Palm Collective’s design competition Call X Design, which allows artists to design Nike Air Force 1 sneakers and showcase their work at EthDenver.


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