The winner of the 2018 Apo ticket art contest is Alain Suel. Congratulations!!!!! See below for his beautiful submission that “reflects” the 2018 theme.
The 2018 theme has been chosen, and the winner is Reflection submitted by: Klamm Something that can be interpreted many ways. It has the brevity of being fun house silly mirrors, obfuscated shiny surfaces, ponderous overlay impositions, or wordy soliloquies […]
Meow Meow Now Congratulations, Alain Suel, your design, “Meow Meow Now,” won the 2017 Apogaea Ticket Art Contest! Click on the image for the full image in all its glory 🙂 🙂 🙂 This digital illustration painted in Adobe Illustrator will […]
The 2017 Apo Ticket Art contest is now open!!! The deadline for ticket art submissions is March 10th at 11:59 PM. The winner is guaranteed one full-price ticket to the 2017 event. Submissions can be sent to email@example.com This year’s theme is […]
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As the 2016 Apogaea theme closes, the ticket art contest opens! But first, the winner of the theme contest: The winner of the 2016 Apogaea Theme contest is: Moist submitted by Tater Zoid The 2016 Apogaea Ticket art contest is now CLOSED […]
The Ludicrous Money Round has come to an end! The GOOD NEWS is we received 27 proposals for mind-blowing art!! The BAD NEWS is we had requests for almost 4.6 times the amount of money we had to give out […]
We had a bunch of amazing entries this year. A big thank you to all the artists who submitted! Please join us in congratulating Shaunessy P. O’Brien for his winning submission for the Apogaea 2015 Ticket Art with a whopping […]
As the 2015 Apogaea theme closes, the ticket art contest opens! But first, the winner of the theme contest: The winner of the 2015 Apogaea Theme contest is: SYNCHRONICITY submitted by Rose Swansong. SYNCHRONICITY Psychologist Carl Jung coined the term in […]
Shortly after the 2014 theme, “Emergence,” was voted on by Ignition and announced, the ticket design contest began. The theme drives the basic concept of the design and then artists work their magic. Besides the reward of having the design go down in history to represent that particular year, the winner receives a free ticket to Apo!
This year’s ticket design winner was actually the collaborative work of two artists!
Congrats to Julie Stenger and Yana Nightingale! […]