May 7th, 2009 | Published in Google Student Blog
We have opened up iGoogle, our personalized homepage, as the digital canvas for your creativity. We invite you to submit your compelling photography to bring your photography online to a global audience.
See iGoogle themes from artists that have already attempted the challenge.
How it works
- Enter your portfolio of five digital photos that together will make up the iGoogle theme
- The shortlist: 36 shortlisted entries will be turned into iGoogle themes, shown on Google and put to public vote
- The finalists: 6 finalists will be exhibited at Saatchi Gallery London and reviewed by our independent jury (including Idris Khan, Martin Parr, Michael Hoppen, Susanna Brown and Tim Marlow)
- The winner: 1 winner will receive a $7,500 prize and an invite to spend a day with Martin Parr
How to enter
Visit www.google.com/photographyprize to read more about the contest and to submit your photographs. The deadline for submission is May 31, 2009.
Enter early to get an exclusive 'I'm a Google Photographer' button for your website, blog or social network page!
We look forward to seeing your entries!
Posted by Louise Rigby, Associate Product Marketing Manager