The iconic Sapporo can is a study in minimalism: sleek, clean, and unadorned. Sapporo and DeviantArt challenge you to create an original piece of art using or featuring the Sapporo can that combines elements of both classic and modern Japan. Using the Sapporo can in your entry, combine elements of Japan's past and present to create a new concept piece of art.
With Sapporo’s strong ties to both the art world and their Japanese roots, your artistic options are endless—the only limit is your imagination.
Contest open to Mexico/US 21+ or Canada 19+ residents.
*Entries may be featured in a Sapporo social media advertising campaign promoting the contest.
The Sapporo CANvas Contest Begins at 12:00AM Time (PDT) on July 29, 2015 and ends at 11:59:59 PM (PDT) on September 02, 2015.
The three winners will be selected by a representative of the Sapporo brand. The judge will use the following criteria in whatever degree the judge believes appropriate:
Please read the Official Rules for more details about judging.Enter NowRead Official Rules
Avec sa silhouette élancée, élégante et épurée, l’emblématique canette Sapporo est l’incarnation même du minimalisme. DeviantArt et Sapporo vous lancent le défi de créer une œuvre d’art originale en utilisant la célèbre canette comme toile de fond et en intégrant des éléments du Japon moderne et antique. Créez une œuvre conceptuelle évoquant l’esprit artistique de Sapporo.
En baignant autant dans l’univers de l’art que dans ses origines japonaises, la marque Sapporo vous permet de donner libre cours à votre imagination. Vous avez carte blanche !
Le concours est ouvert aux résidents du Mexique/des États-Unis âgés de 21 ans et plus et les résidents du Canada âgés de 19 ans et plus
* Tous les participants auront la chance de voir leur pièce dans une campagne publicitaire nationale Sapporo dans les médias sociaux!
Le concours Sapporo CANvas débute le 29 juillet 2015 à minuit (HAP) et se termine le 02 septembre 2015 à 23 h 59 (HAP).
Les trois gagnants seront choisis par un ambassadeur de la marque Sapporo. En tant que juge, il évaluera la qualité des œuvres soumises en fonction des critères de sélection suivants en leur accordant l’importance qu’il jugera appropriée.
Consultez le règlement du concours pour plus de détails concernant les critères de sélection.Participez MaintenantLire les règlements officiels
Sapporo est la plus ancienne bière japonaise. Depuis le premier brassin de notre lager en 1876 et ce, jusqu’à la canette de métal d’aujourd’huivous avez entre les mains, la bière Sapporo a toujours été synonyme d’originalité.Apprendre Encore Plus
The DeviantArt Timeline entries from the past few months have discussed how we’re focusing on user experience for DeviantArt and ways to make the site more intuitive. In this journal, we'd like to kick off a discussion on another big design-related milestone: to improve the profile experience on the site, mobile web, and mobile apps.
A lot has changed since the last time profiles were redesigned, and we have a number of interesting design challenges and objectives this time around.
At the forefront of our minds is the presentation on mobile Web, alignment with our mobile app, and a new layer of customization so deviants can make the experience feel more distinctive to their own personality and art. The recurring topic that's surfaced during the process is the need for simplicity.
This journal includes concept designs that represent avenues we're exploring. These are works-in-progress and not final.
A collection of unique and interesting styles of profile pages that exist today.
We have a significant amount of mobile traffic coming to our site every day from various smart-devices. We also have our own mobile app that's seeing a ton of growth. With the momentum towards mobile continuing on the rise, our goal is to ensure your profile will render perfectly at different sizes, establish optimized page performance, and most importantly, keep your deviations looking beautiful.
Your profile is viewed across a variety of screen sizes. A smaller or larger screen will have an impact on how your content is presented.
The transition of a busy desktop page to mobile web will change the order of how the content is presented and how quickly it loads. Many people choose a simpler layout with less content so it works effectively across all screen sizes.
So what would an artist from the world’s largest art community do with a personal image on their profile? Is this the moment your personal brand has been waiting for?
There’s a lot happening on our current profile pages: widgets, galleries, and comments. We want to start the profile redesign with a couple of new enhancements that allow you to personalize your page even more.
Below are examples of how we’re integrating a customizable art canvas that you can add with one of your latest deviations, or create a new piece of art that can be easily added.
Focus on the canvas art area only - you can see how the canvas art image has scaled down to work on a mobile screen.
This is the same profile screen but at a desktop+ scale. We believe scaling up from a normal desktop size is also something we need to consider. At its largest size (big monitors) we increase the size and lock the placement of the art canvas on the left, and the content to the right scrolls. The art canvas can be filled with your latest deviations or something unique that you create specifically for this.
Some of the examples above presented the profile without a global header bar. The below animation speaks to how we’re thinking of handling it. The result is that your cover art image aligns to the top of the page, and your own personal brand is the dominant art that fans will first see.
We’re also exploring the idea of allowing people even further personalization options with the ability to select from one of three color options (black, grey and white) for the background color of the page. This feature combined with the canvas art image should allow you to make the page feel unique and distinctive.
You’ve seen a couple of different approaches to the navigation design in profile. This is an important topic when considering mobile web, because it not only needs to be intuitive, but also needs to work across different screen sizes.
The goal of this exploration is to simplify the navigation and develop new ideas for deviants to get support from fans.
Galleries Your deviation submissions grouped by gallery name
Favourities All of your favs grouped by collection name.
Work in Progress A place to post your daily sketches (versus finished deviations) with an improved 2-click submit.
Journals Your journal posts.
Polls Your polls.
Status Your status.
Support Highlighting your deviations and activity that need support from the community.
Prints The deviations you have for sale as a print.
Commissions When you create a commission (via widget) for your fans to buy.
Donate Points, Give Premium Membership Other ways the community can support you.
The most important section in a deviants profile is the gallery, and we’ve been looking at ways to improve the experience.
Below is a new style of navigation, the new thumbnail grid that we presented recently, and a different way to navigate to a specific gallery. We’re also looking at ways to include a featured deviation (the large deviation) at the top of the page.
An idea we’ve been working through is to find a way to keep users in your gallery and navigating through deviations. Presented here is an overlay that’s launched when a user clicks on a thumbnail. You can still click through to a deviation page from here.
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