But there can only be one winner in the end, and I’m pleased to announce that it is “#H&MNYC” by Emily Ryan.
Emily’s art installation will be an interactive sculpture, that will allow users to participate by “graphically populating a New York City skyline in real-time – and simultaneously communicate with passers-by – via the Twitter hash tag #HMNYC, text message, Flickr, or an in-store photo booth.”
The installation will soon go on display at H&M’s store on 5th avenue and 42nd street. Please visit the stores to participate in the world’s first interactive in-store artwork.
I hope you all enjoyed submitting and voting for your favorite artworks in the contest. Though the contest is over, there is still a lot of entries being submitted. Check them out at the contest site.