This competition is open to all Macintosh digital artists in the United States and the cost to enter is $20.00 per artist with a 3-image limit. Artists may enter in either the Student or Hobbyist/Professional category.
The entries will be reviewed by 2 panels of experts from the digital art and technology community such as: Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder, Pop artist icon Peter Max and Rudolf Frieling, Media Arts Curator at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Don't delay, the deadline to enter is Oct 31, 2008!
For more information, rules and regulations and to access an on-line entry form, please see the Macworld Conference & Expo Digital Art Contest and Gallery web site at [link]
Please be sure to read the "certain restrictions apply" on the rules page.
Specifically section 6, which includes this information:
"Digital images must be original artwork created on a Mac computer. For artwork with photographs or images of a person, the subject's permission to use his or her likeness must be submitted with the artwork."
"By submitting artwork, artist warrants that all artwork is original and is not based upon or derived from a copyrighted work. Artist further warrants that he or she owns or has obtained all rights necessary for lawful use of the digital image, including any person's likeness it includes, and that the image has not been and will not be submitted for any judging in any other competition. No motion graphics or use of "stills" from any motion graphics in submitted images will be accepted."