After a wee bit of a break(down) the ARSE blog is bag to showcase and highlight great pieces of work from all the A.R.S.E Souls.
Beginning with this challenge in the next month or so.
With the pending release of the world’s most famous virtual/cartoon band THE GORILLAZ the ARSE Group has announced it’s first challenge for 2010.
The challenge titles I AM THE BAND is a chance for you the contestant to become your very own ROCK STAR, ROCK BAND ,MANAGER, PR & AOR Department.
What we want from you – our dear contestant- is to a devise concept, and it can be small or all encompassing. It can be a piece of music, a video on youtube, a gif, a poster, a CD, a concept of a band you would like to see, maybe all of these combined.
The limit is only set by your imagination.
While technique and professionalism are worthy traits, we are also looking at ideas and imagination. Don’t think you aren’t clever enough.
So if you have some old tapes of you singing, shove them in a sampler and create a monster. IF you have some pictures of you dressed as KISS member, drag them out and photo shop them. Always wanted to do CD cover, or even a 12 inch fold out sleeve , now is your chance.
All we ask is it is your creation.
Do a poster, create a cartoon or comic strip, upload a piece of music or make a music video.
The prizes will be worth it.
They will be announced during the competition and will be in excess of $100 in value.
You have to join ARSE or be an existing member
YOU can only link to your work from the Challenge Forum, you cannot post your work in the ARSE Group.
Your link can go to anywhere on the web, NOT just your RB profile, so be adventurous.
You can enter as many times as you want
Entries can be as big or as small as you want
NO GORILLAZ TRIBUTE WORK PLEASE
For inspiration or an idea of what we are looking for visit these sites. and/or examples
The Banana Splits
Josie and the Pussy Cats
The Groovy Ghoulies
Alvin & the Chimpmunks
There are heaps more, go and explore
CONTEST ENDS MARCH 30th 2010 GMT
Posted by Choice Pieces Saturday, February 20, 2010