Lady Gaga has called on her fans to design their own digital ‘Chromatica’ artwork.
Released last month, the pop star’s sixth album is based around a fictional utopia which is explored through the project’s accompanying official visuals.
Teaming up with Adobe, Gaga has now asked her Little Monsters to get creative with their own interpretations of the Chromatica planet.
“My fans have consistently shown their love and creativity through their art over the years, and always make me feel so happy and understood,” Gaga said of the competition. “I can’t wait to see what Chromatica means to them.”
Enter @LadyGaga’s world of Chromatica and show us what it looks like to you. Create a design using your favorite Adobe apps and share it using #LadyGagaxAdobe to enter the contest: https://t.co/7T0GXSCC9S pic.twitter.com/YRsSr3GFqU
— Adobe (@Adobe) June 24, 2020
Participants will be able to dig into an exclusive archive of Chromatica-era assets, including photographs, logos, typography and illustrations.
One winning fan will be awarded a $10,000 (£8,050) cash prize, a high-quality signed print of their piece and a 12-month Adobe All-Apps Creative Cloud Subscription. Nine runners-up will be sent $400 (£322), a signed Gaga poster and a three-month Adobe subscription.
The competition closes on Tuesday, July 21. You can find more information here.
Last week, Gaga’s ‘Chromatica’ was knocked off the UK Number 1 spot by Liam Gallagher’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ album. The previous week saw her hold onto her reign, having seen off Sports Team in a tight chart race.
Meanwhile, Lady Gaga recently joined the likes of Dave Grohl and Billie Eilish in signing an open letter to Congress urging them to help save US indie music venues amid the coronavirus crisis.