New Photo Mission: Writing on the Walls
By EyeEm Team - 3 min read
We’ve teamed up with The Huffington Post to check out some sweet graffiti, yo!
Graffiti – is it vandalism or art?
Love it or loathe it, there’s no doubt that graffiti is all around us. From the jaw-dropping building-sized pieces to the sneaky and genius works of Banksy, we have to admit – we love it! That’s why this new photo mission with The Huffington Post is all about the Writing on the Walls.
Your Mission: Capture the color, spirit and imagination of your local graffiti masterpieces. From the funny right through to the beautiful, it’s time to get snapping and show off the Writing on the Walls.
Your Reward: Winners will appear in the Moving Image series on The Huffington Post, as well as in Huffington, the iPad Magazine. Runners up will appear in a video in the article recap on the Huffington Post, as well as on the EyeEm blog.
How To Take Part: Capture your image and tag it with Writing on the Walls. Your photo will then be automatically added to the album. If you want to add a photo that you’ve already uploaded, just go to your profile, view the photo and select “Edit Photo”. From there you can add the tag “Writing on the Walls”.
Deadline: September 24, 2014
About The Huffington Post: The Huffington Post is a Pulitzer Prize-winning source of breaking news, features, and entertainment, as well as a highly engaged community for opinion and conversation.
By participating you allow The Huffington Post to reproduce and feature your image for editorial use on our platform, as well as associated social media channels and third party platforms carrying HuffPost content, and EyeEm.com. You will remain the copyright owner of your image and where possible will be credited when your content is used by HuffPost. Submission of your image is subject to The Huffington Post User Agreement located at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/terms.html and EyeEm’s terms of service located at http://www.eyeem.com/tos. In order to withdraw your image from consideration by Huffington Post, simply remove the album tag of this mission in your profile.
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