Paloma Faith and Talenthouse launch artwork interpretation competition to celebrate 'A Perfect Contradiction' going Platinum in the UK

The results will be announced in October

Musician Paloma Faith has launched an art collaboration with online community Talenthouse to invite creatives to design their own unique interpretation of Faith’s platinum third album ‘A Perfect Contradiction’.

Faith and a team of judges including world-renowned photographer Rankin and representatives from Liberty department store will decide upon the winning collaboration.

The best entry will receive a prize of £800, a meeting with a Sony Music Creative and tickets to Paloma’s 2015 tour.

The artwork will be reproduced as a limited-edition Paloma Faith poster, will feature on the artist’s social skin’s takeover and will also be sold as merchandise online and at gigs.

Faith said: “The visual element to my work is incredibly important to me, and I am so excited to launch this and find some amazing new artists out there.”

Maya Bogle, co-founder of Talenthouse, said: “We’re thrilled to be working with Paloma. This is an exceptional opportunity for creatives everywhere to collaborate with one of the most talented recording artists around.

“This partnership perfectly illustrates the nature of Talenthouse; to unlock everyone’s creative potential, provide once-in-a-lifetime career-boosting opportunities and have their work showcased around the world.”

Entrants are encouraged to look to Paloma’s current album artwork, designed and photographed by David Standish, in addition to her music and general persona for inspiration.

Entries should be uploaded to Talenthouse’s online creative community before October 2014.

Last year Talenthouse teamed up with Jessie J and Glacéau vitaminwater to give creatives the opportunity to design a playsuit for the singer.

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