ViewSonic Reveals Stunning Collection of Images for "A Year of Colors" 2021
BREA, Calif.: ViewSonic, a leading global provider of visual solutions, concludes the "A Year of Colors" campaign for 2021. Each month, the company encouraged everyone to create artwork based on a pre-selected color. At the end of each month, submissions were evaluated, and a winner was chosen. Over the last year, participants from all over the globe submitted their artwork to the year-long campaign, fostering a digital hub of creativity and inspiration. By the end of 2021, a beautiful palette of colors occupied ViewSonic ColorPro's Instagram account. The "A Year of Colors" campaign will continue into 2022, kicking off with the January color, Teal.
"With "A Year of Colors", we wanted to bring a sense of wonder and consistency to our community through vibrant colors," said Oscar Lin, General Manager of the Monitor Business at ViewSonic. "Even though we could not meet in person, with the help from creators, we were able to create a digital hub of positivity, energy, and inspiration. We are excited to see more colorful submissions in 2022."
The latest, December 2021, winning artwork features a person overlooking a frozen lake in Grindelwald, Switzerland. In this photograph, the person became a speck within the vast snowscape, truly capturing a sense of serene isolation. This submission joins the cast of incredible winners of 2021. The winning entries featured a wide spectrum of subjects – from a cosmic elephant to a flying car, and a quiet lagoon to a chaotic city with "cube virus" – the entries guarantee no shortage of excitement.
For their efforts, each winner was given a ColorPro VP2785-2K professional display. This will assist them in creating more spectacular artworks. In 2022, ViewSonic will continue to give out ColorPro monitors to artists and creators. Apart from the monthly selections, ViewSonic will also invite renowned influencers to create stunning and color-accurate images. These influencers will share their insights on the meaning of colors through a series of talks, live interviews, and podcasts.