Create original art to win a signed copy of Kino or for a chance to have your art appear in a remix e-book edition of Kino!
As a celebration of my grandfather and his work, I started Tulpendiebe, a blog intended as a way to keep his ideals alive by collecting traces of the art, people, and events that shaped his life: the movies that inspired or outraged him, his friends and enemies, and the places that mattered to him.
However, Kino’s vision was never that of a single genius creating out of nothing. He knew that art requires inspiration, collaborators, and freedom in order to grow and breathe.
That’s why I want to invite you to participate in Tulpendiebe. I am looking for likeminded souls to help me extend my grandfather’s legacy.In the spirit of artistic freedom and collaboration, I am looking for art, fiction, music, photography, and videos that have a connection to my grandfather’s life and work.
For inspiration, you can:
- use any post on the Tulpendiebe blog.
- expand on an excerpt from Kino, a novel about my grandfather’s story.
- make a trailer, poster, or soundtrack for one of Kino’s films.
- submit photographs from the locations.
- remix any of the film stills, intertitles,portraits, videos, or paintings.
- base your work on any other submission.
- let your creativity unfold!
Atticus Books is considering all artwork and writing for inclusion in an enhanced multimedia remix e-book edition of Jürgen Fauth’s Kino, a novel based on my grandfather’s life and work.
The creators of the most interesting and creative submissions received by June 5 will also be considered for free signed copies of Kino.
You may send me your work at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As my grandfather, Kino, might have said: “If it’s not fun, why bother?”