Adobe launches Disney Emoji Contest

This is a big opportunity for creatives – Adobe has partnered with Disney to present the emoji contest! Submit an emoji for a chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Los Angeles to see how Disney pros make creative magic using Adobe Creative Cloud tools. The contest ends March 9, 2017. So, hurry up!

The Adobe and Disney contest is offering five students aged 18-24 to win the chance to visit its LA campus and discover how the pros create magic using Adobe tools. All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning the ‘Disney Emoji: As Told By You’ competition is create an emoji based on the face of a character from a Disney feature film and submit it to the contest website.

How it works?
To enter, you must be a student between 18 and 24 years old and submit an original piece of emoji artwork that meets the following criteria:
•  It should be the face of a character from a Disney feature film.
•  It should express one of the following emotions: happiness, sadness, fear,
   excitement or confusion.
•  It should be static, not animated.

 All emojis must be submitted to disney.de/EmojiContest

 

Lucky winners will spend five days with Disney’s marketing and production departments. “Students in higher education are bursting with creativity, and the Disney Emoji contest is a way for them to see how the professionals at Disney bring their own creativity to life,” says Julie Smith, head of education marketing at Adobe. “As a company, one of our goals is to cultivate student creativity and prepare them to use these skills in the workforce. We cannot think of a better organisation for nurturing creativity than Disney. We are all very excited to start viewing the submissions!”

Join the contest at 9 March 2017. For a full list of terms and conditions see the submission website.

DESIGN YOUR IDEAS.

YOUR FUTURE.
WITH THE #CREATIVECLOUD.

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