There's just a week to go in Macworld's HP-sponsored digital-art competition that offers a sensational prize of over £2,500 worth of Mac equipment – including a 20-inch iMac and a set of top-quality HP peripherals (printer, scanner and digital camera).
All you have to do is create artwork (4,320-x-2,880 pixels) that is titled by two words beginning in 'H' and 'P' – for example, "Holy pants", "Hippy Police", "Happy Penguin", "Historic Palace", "Hit Parade", etc. It's that easy – the Huge Prize could be yours with just one entry. Entries are UK-only.
Ten finalists will be invited to the prestigious Macworld Awards ceremony on May 20 where their work will be judged on the night. They will also get a free day-pass (worth £170) to the Macworld Conference 2004 (May 17-18), where their work will be on display.
For full details and entry form, click here.
All entries need to be submitted and work uploaded by Friday April 30, 2004.