The winner of the 2015 Apogaea Theme contest is:
submitted by Rose Swansong.
Psychologist Carl Jung coined the term in the 1920s to explain the experience of two or more events as meaningfully related, where they are unlikely to be causally related. The subject sees it as a meaningful coincidence. Jung was transfixed by the idea that life was not a series of random events but rather an expression of a deeper order. This deeper order led to the insights that a person was both embedded in an orderly framework and was the focus of that orderly framework and that the realization of this was more than just an intellectual exercise, but also had elements of a spiritual awakening. He also believed that in a person’s life, synchronicity served a role similar to that of dreams, with the purpose of shifting a person’s egocentric conscious thinking to greater wholeness. Synchronicities are people, places or events that your soul attracts into your life to help you evolve to higher consciousness or to place emphasis on something going on in your life. The more ‘consciously aware’ you become of how your soul manifests, the higher your frequency becomes and the faster you manifest positively. Each day your life encounters meaningful coincidences, synchronicities, that you have attracted, on other words created in the grid of your experiences in the physical. Souls create synchronicities, played out in the physical.
The 2015 Apogaea Ticket art contest is now open!
The deadline for ticket art submissions is November 7th at 11:59pm. Ignition will vote on designs until November 14th.
- File formats should be TIFF, EPS, PDF, or HIGH QUALITY JPG files.
- Resolution should be at least 200dpi. We prefer higher resolution (300dpi).
- Submissions will be judged based on concept, execution, and image quality.
- Ticket design size: Please download the templates below for correct sizing.
Ticket design must include:
- The name of the event, “Apogaea”
- The Apogaea Logo
- This year’s theme name, “Synchronicity”
- The Apogaea logo, which you can download below in JPG format
- Dates of the event: June 10th-14th, 2015
PLEASE NOTE: It is very important to stay within the developing guidelines. Pulling images off the internet is usually not a good idea. Not only are those images usually lower quality images, but doing so without permission from the original artist is bad bacon.
›› Please send submissions to [email protected]