Diesel Wall 2008

Massimo Falsaci’s wall piece, Tramonto (sunset), on display in Milan. Falsaci was one of last
year’s Diesel Wall winners
If you’ve ever dreamt of seeing your artwork displayed in the street on a giant-sized canvas, then Diesel’s Wall project could be the answer to your lofty ambitions. The project, now in it’s fifth year, aims to offer up some seriously huge display spaces in Manchester (Urbis Centre, shown below), New York, Barcelona and Zurich, in an international art contest.

Milan
Massimo Falsaci’s wall piece, Tramonto (sunset), on display in Milan. Falsaci was one of last
year’s Diesel Wall winners

If you’ve ever dreamt of seeing your artwork displayed in the street on a giant-sized canvas, then Diesel’s Wall project could be the answer to your lofty ambitions. The project, now in it’s fifth year, aims to offer up some seriously huge display spaces in Manchester (Urbis Centre, shown below), New York, Barcelona and Zurich, in an international art contest.

Urbis
Your work HERE. Enter the Diesel Wall competition and your art could be displayed on this,
not inconsiderable, side of Manchester’s Urbis Centre

Diesel will be accepting entries to the competition from March 31 and the cut-off date for work is May 30. The winning work (which will be chosen to be displayed on one of the four sites) will be announced in June, with the work going up in the streets later in the year. To enter, go to www.dieselwall.com.

Copenhagen
Tucker Hughes’ My Mama is so Proud as displayed in Copenhagen last year

Toronto
Artemis Psathas’ Look at me in the Eye graphic, mocked up to how it looked in Toronto

The jury for the 2008 competition this year consists of Peter Saville, Terry Jones (i-D), Francesca Gavin (Dazed & Confused), Polyanna Clayton-Stamm (Urbis curator) and Wilbert Das (Diesel’s creative director).

**TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ON HOW TO ENTER WILL BE ONLINE FROM 3 MARCH**

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