Hey creative peeps, want your art up on display for thousands of people to admire? The Edits Design Contest lets designers submit a piece of artwork inspired by an Amsterdam museum. Eight winners are chosen per round and will be able to have a temporary exhibition displayed in front of central station. The next round will start on November 15. Submit your work here.
Here’s a way to possibly get some quick cash in this expensive city. I amsterdam is currently running a contest called “My 1000” where they are looking for people to enter video, images, or the written word explaining how and where you would spend 1000 euros in Amsterdam. Pretty simple. The contest runs till Friday, November 12.
Friends and family, enter this competition and come see me in Amsterdam!
World Press Photo has announced the winners of their 2010 contest and they are currently exhibiting their photos in Amsterdam from now until June 20. The exhibit is held at the Oude Kerk, Oudekerksplein 23 Amsterdam Monday – Saturday 10.30 – 17.30 and Sunday 13.00 – 17.30. Below are a few of the winning photos.
The first picture below was taken by Italian photographer Pietro Masturzo as the World Press Photo of the Year 2009. The picture depicts women shouting in protest from a rooftop in Tehran on 24 June.
Craig Golding, Australia took this photo of competitors taking their positions for the start of the mens over 80’s 200 meters.
Adam Ferguson, Australia took this photograph where a woman is rushed from the scene of a suicide car bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan on 15 December.
Oliver Laban-Mattei, France took this photograph of an opposition supporter shouting in Tehran on 13 June.