The people over at The Asylum are currently holding a ‘call for artists’ for artwork for Sharknado 2. Full details below:
We’re looking for great art to commemorate the release of Sharknado 2 this July. Sharknado was arguably the coolest movie event of last year, and Gallery 1988 printed a series of cooler-than-cool limited-edition posters inspired by the film.
This year, The Asylum is commissioning artwork for Sharknado 2: The Second One. We’re opening the floor to all talented artists: show us your take on Sharknado 2!
The sequel moves the action to New York City, where our heroes must battle an even bigger shark-storm than before. Whether it’s sharks blowing across the New York City skyline or Fin hefting an NYFD chainsaw, we’re confident the premise lends itself to some fantastic art.
We’ll unveil the winning artwork at our booth at San Diego Comic-Con, where it’ll be seen and coveted by a crowd of hundreds of thousands (and that’s before it hits the Internet).
If you win, you’ll receive $500, and your artwork will be the showpiece of The Asylum’s booth at San Diego Comic-Con. It’ll be featured on limited-edition prints and t-shirts, plus any other swag we deem worthy of it.
Submissions are due by the end of the day on Friday, June 27. Please submit your design as a hi-res image, .pdf or .jpg, to email@example.com for judging.
We’ll take any and all submissions suitable for printing on a 18×24 poster as well as on a t-shirt. Concept art and unfinished designs are acceptable – if you win, you’ll get another week or so to finalize your image. We will retain all rights to the final art, and reserve the right to print and sell it on any media we choose.
If you have any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Can’t wait to see what you’ve got!