It’s now week 4 in Lenovo + Heidi Bjork Chronicles. #lenovo #heidichronicles
It has been amazing experience to work with such talented artists as Carlos Burgos and Pauli Bates on my theme “Open Your Eyes”
The outcome is very beautiful and poetic
The Lenovo team has been great to work with and their products are brilliant!
Thank you all for following us in our creative process and I am very pleased to reveal the winner of the Touch PC is Berglind Sigurjónsdóttir
Congratulations on your new Lenovo PC
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Here are the final images Week 3 of the “Open Your Eyes” project by Carlos Burgos. #lenovo #heidichronicles
Carlos has used a mixture of overlaying textures, using touch screen apps, Photoshop editing/digital manipulation and both his phone camera and his digital SLR to create these powerful pieces.
Please follow Carlos on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to see these amazing pieces of art in more detail.
Soon I will reveal the winner of the Lenovo PC so stay tuned!
Thank you for all of your support so far.
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Here are my postcards “Welcome Home“ and “Sweet Dreams“ for the #twitterartexhibit to be held in Orlando in March 20 to April 11, 2014
Twitter Art Exhibit: Orlando is the fourth installment of an open international exhibition of handmade postcard art for charity, donated by hundreds of participating artists from around the globe.
Twitter Art Exhibit: Orlando is an international exhibition of original postcard art benefiting The Center for Contemporary Dance, Special Needs Classes, a nonprofit (501)©3 organization dedicated to dance education and outreach. The Special Needs Classes include customized exercises that expand the student’s range of motion, creativity and social skills. Class work is further designed to enhance skills in memorization, problem solving and communication.
While the first two exhibitions were held in Moss, Norway, the third installment held in Los Angeles marked the global launch for the concept by founder David Sandum, a Swedish-born artist who conceived Twitter Art Exhibit as a vehicle for doing good through social media and online community-building.
The idea is simple: artists around the globe receive a call through Twitter social media to create original postcard-sized art, which they mail to a local curator, who then exhibits and sells them to benefit a local charity. Artists must have a Twitter account and interact with exhibition organizers to participate, and help seed the event.
If you are an artist then please join this great cause
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Here are the final images Week 2 of the “Open Your Eyes” project by Pauli Bates. #lenovo #heidichronicles
Pauli has used many different (and unusual) materials such as tea & coffee, food coloring, spray paint, bamboo boards, poscas, pro markers & fine liners to create the powerful illustrations you see above.
You can see more of his work on and learn more about the final paintings on his Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
This upcoming week (Week 3) it will be Carlos Burgos that will be taking photos based on the theme.
You can follow Carlos on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Feel free to interact with him and leave your comments.
Learn more about the project here and how you could win your own Lenovo touch PC!
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As some of you know, this is the second week of the “Open Your Eyes” Lenovo Project .
Pauli Bates will be creating illustrations based on the theme. Check out one of his illustrations above. You can also see what he’s up to on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
He’s a great illustrator, his work is very fresh and unique. Please check out his work and give him some feedback
And remember we’ll be giving away a Lenovo Touch PC to one of our followers…
More about the project here
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