PENUP App and The Frame Announce Digital Art Competition Winners

on July 16, 2018
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Digital art is transforming visual culture. Today, you can draw pictures and hold paintings on a screen that sits in the palm of your hand. With no need for a studio or gallery, your smartphone becomes a canvas and your TV can frame your art, as masterpieces are shared across communities.

 

A recent partnership neatly illustrates the digital art ecosystem in action, as PENUP, a digital art community for S Pen artists, and The Frame lifestyle TV got together to launch a Challenge for the PENUP community. The theme for the Challenge was “Let’s Draw a Picture for Kid’s Room”, with the window for submissions opening on May 16 and closing a month later, on June 15.

 

The competition was open to all PENUP users and a total of 1,846 drawings were submitted. After 15 days of careful deliberation, the judges awarded 17 entrants with prizes. The first-place winner and runner-up both received their very own The Frame TVs and all winning pictures were placed in The Frame “Art Store”, to be exhibited in front of owners of The Frame TVs across the globe.

 

 

First place was awarded to hee_ddo27 (entry shown above) for a charmingly imaginative illustration, with warm colors and a playful depiction of nature. The picture stimulates the mind, leaving the lines between mountain, sea and sky undefined.

 

 

The runner-up was nana, with a fairy tale representation of animals popular amongst children (above). The black and white monotone color scheme is minimal and stylish, fitting for its display on The Frame TV and appealing to children and adults alike.

 

With many artists choosing animals and child-friendly characters as their subjects, soft lines were a recurring feature amongst the winning pictures. The S Pen allowed the artists to express details in a wide variety of different, creating watercolor strokes, pencil lines and cartoon effects that reflect their unique styles.

 

Check out more of the prize-winning pieces below.

 

Drawn by CAREUS

 

Drawn by Elly

 

Drawn by miram

 

Drawn by Jeru_art

 

Drawn by toBACme

 

Drawn by cici

 

The S Pen allows anyone to draw and develop their skills on their own digital canvas. Owners of The Frame TV can change the digital artworks they see according to their mood. With this collaboration between PENUP and The Frame TV, the digital world has brought us even closer to the small masterpieces in our everyday lives.

 

Sharing Digital Art

 

PENUP A social network and digital art community for sharing drawing and pictures created with the S Pen*. The S Pen recognizes 4,096 different pressure levels and allows users to choose various brush effects, including watercolors, oil paints and pastels. Even beginners can draw without requiring special tools. PENUP creators have published 2.5 million pieces of art on the platform and artists can share their S Pen tips and techniques with other users on PENUP.

 

The Frame A TV equipped with an Art Mode, which can be used to display beautiful works of art that add elegance to an interior. The TV’s intensity sensor controls brightness and colors according to the environment, making the digital artwork indistinguishable from the real thing in any situation. Samsung Art Store is embedded in the TV, where users can purchase photos and digital artworks. The store offers pieces that range from classical to modern for display on The Frame TV.

 

*The S Pen is available for Galaxy Note smartphones, Galaxy Book, Galaxy Tab S3, Galaxy Tab A with S Pen, Samsung Notebook 9 Pen and several other tablets and laptop devices.

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