is looking for talented artists to bring to life a hair care brand's upcoming campaign showcasing it's eco-friendly nature. Beauty can be found in the environment all around us, and Unilever wants your help to capture the beauty of women doing 'small acts of love' for the planet. These women are urban women, they have decided to make a change, be a
part of the change while still in their urban environment. We don’t see
them as hippies who have walked away from the realities of city life.
She still believes in looking glamorous and walking tall while she does
good things for the planet.Unilever is inviting artists around the world to create still photography or moving image pieces (GIFs, cinemagraphs or short form videos, max 10 seconds) that showcase women doing incredible things for the environment.
The Unilever team is looking for photographs and/or moving image pieces that capture women doing small acts of love for the planet. These small acts can be recycling litter from a beach, repurposing trash to create something new, reusing unfinished drinking water to water plants, or anything in between! The work should focus on telling stories of how women are minimizing waste by either recycling, re-purposing or re-using materials. Unilever wants to highlight how people are creating beauty in unexpected places! Artists are required to include 150-200 words detailing the subject’s story and her unique approach to making small acts of love in the world.
The judges are also very open to seeing different formats as long as they are based on photographic assets. Your submission can be anything from photography to cinemagraphs or short GIF’s as long as they are created using photography/film. Before submitting your work, please read the 'Things to Consider' section below and check out this mood board
An artist incentive pool of $10,000 will be made available for this brief. Moving Image pieces that are selected will receive $2,000 per piece, and photographs will receive $1,500 per photograph. At least a minimum of one moving image will be selected.