Renderosity and AAPPL holding �Call to Artists�

LillianH · August 17, 2005 12:00 am

----- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ----- Renderosity and AAPPL holding �Call to Artists� on new edition of fine digital art book Nashville, TN (PRWEB) March 15, 2005 � Renderosity and AAPPL are working together to create the next generation of fine digital art books. The �Call to Artists� is now open at the Renderosity Art Community. Interested artists are invited to submit their work to be considered for publication in the next edition: �Renderosity: The Best of Digital Art� due out in spring of 2006. Selected artists will have the unique opportunity to be published in a lavishly printed book with worldwide distribution through Renderosity, AAPPL, bookstores, Amazon, etc. Artwork may be submitted through August 31, 2005. This volume will be sent to at least 2,000 ad agencies, key newspapers and websites for review. In addition to the high-quality paperback edition, there will be a limited number of hardback "Collector's Editions" published. All published artists will receive a FREE hardback "Collector's Edition". All participants will be entitled to a 50% discount on the pre-sale purchase of the book. �We are really excited to be able to offer this unique opportunity to digital artists,� said Tim Choate, Bondware President, �Not only will the selected artists receive a hard-back collector�s edition of the book, they will also have their work seen by thousands of people across the globe. Renderosity has worked for many years to promote artists and to facilitate the acceptance of digital illustration as a true art form. Digital art has definitely come of age.� �It�s a publisher�s dream to find so much talent in one place!� AAPPL President, Cameron Brown went on to say, "This is a serous project but it's going to be great fun and I am really looking forward to getting started!" Submissions are open to all genres and digital illustration mediums. Images will be selected by an experienced group of panel members that includes: Cameron Brown, Malcom Couch, Nick Stathopoulos, Richard Schrand, Hannes Kutzler, Daryl Wise, Christian Seidler and Pamela Scoville. Please visit: for details. �Renderosity: Digital Art for the 21st Century�, written by John Grant and Audre Vysniauskas, published by AAPPL and Harper Collins, is being offered at a special price in honor of this event.
About �AAPPL� Artists and Photographers Press LTD was founded in 2001 by Cameron Brown, an experienced publisher of illustrated books. Website: or Write to: AAPPL 10 Hillside, London SW19 4NH U.K., Telephone:+44 (0) 20 8971 2094, Fax:+44 (0) 20 8971 2094. Please direct press inquiries to Sonia Pugh: About Renderosity: Renderosity has been an online digital art community since December 1998. Starting with about 50 artists, Renderosity has grown into the largest digital art community on the internet with more than 300,000 registered members. The mission of Renderosity is to create a thriving, productive environment that encourages an atmosphere of community, respect, collaboration, and growth for graphic artists of all backgrounds. Website: Company Information: Renderosity is a division of Bondware Inc., a company based in Nashville, Tennessee. The company currently owns and operates several online communities. These community sites are based on the Bondware software that the company licenses and hosts to the business marketplace. Website: Renderosity Marketing Phone: (866) 220-2949
�Because the art matters!�

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