Fotolia TEN Collection, Season 3

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For the last two years, Fotolia has run a collection of composings created by invited Photoshop artists from around the globe. In the third season this year, Fotolia has re-invented the contest by adding a new level of collaboration.

Fotolia TEN Collection features new PSD composing

The second image for 2014 will be released on Friday May 9th. As usual, there will be a 24 hour period for users allowing the download of the original PSD file created for free.

Fotolia TEN Collection, Season 3

Fotolia TEN Collection, Season 3

While the last two years, Fotolia had invited ten artists each year to compose their original creations, in the third edition of the TEN Collection two artists are coupled up for each final image. The second photoshop composing was created by Italian photographer Lucia Giacani in cooperation with Polish graphic designer Mateusz Chmura (aka MatCloud). The artwork was named “Clean Inside”.

“What won’t we sacrifice for a “healthy” body, and where do we draw the line?”

The topic chosen was the healthy lifestyle that appears to become a replacement for religion for many people around the planet, according to MatCloud.

Visit Fotolia TEN Collection website to download PSD file

As usual, the image including the PSD files containing the detailed work used to created the composition, will be made available from the website tenbyfotolia.com. The download will be publicly available for 24 hours on Friday, May 9th. Prior installments of the images created for TEN have been downloaded by tens of thousands of users.

Check out this great video teaser


Part of the Collection is the open challenge that allows artists from around the world to challenge the represented artists by coming up with their own version of the theme. Winners will be awarded with prices, ranging from Adobe CC suites, Wacom tablets to Roland VersaStudio printers.

 

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