Abstract Macro Urban Art (Grunge Photography)) 2 PER 24 HOURS

Macro photographic textures & shapes found in Urban areas

Down Low and Dirty

This challenge closed about 7 years ago.

The Challenge

This challenge is about getting down close to the ground, somewhere out in the streets, somewhere old, MACRO only. Grungy, man-made materials or old timber, with perhaps rust, fungus or mould, peeling paint, scratches and dents BUT WITH ARTISTIC FLAIR. Accidental art created in an Urban Environment Macro Style.

Judging / Voting Criteria

Please consider when voting that the photo is macro, or looks very close to the subject, is grungy and meets the criteria as above and above all is ARTISTIC and CREATIVE.

Rewards & Prizes

If we launch a new challenge after May 1st that ends before May 20th our group is automatically in the running for a few RedBubble prizes. It doesn’t matter how many days your challenge runs for, so long as it launches and finishes somewhere within those dates. And it can be on any topic you like.

Prizes will be awarded in five categories:

1. The most creative challenge topic (as decided by RB)2. The most votes3. The most votes relative the number of members (providing a group has more than 20 members)4. The most entries5. The most entries relative to the number of members (providing a group has more than 20 members)

Each category will have a first prize of US$50 (as a RB voucher) and a second prize of US$30 (as a RB voucher). This is just meant to be a bit of fun … and for those groups who haven’t yet run a challenge we’d like to encourage you to give it a go!

Additional Information

All entries not meeting the criteria will be removed.

Cover Image: Heat Splash by Kathie Nichols

Completed

The Top Ten

Rocky Cliffs by AsEyeSee

Rocky Cliffs by AsEyeSee was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 6 votes.

  • Swirls From The Ages by JKKimball
  • Rusty Support by Simon Duckworth
  • Crustose Lichen by George Parapadakis (monocotylidono)
  • GRAFFITI BRIDGE by ccford
  • rubber meets the road by Jan Stead JEMproductions

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