Our good pal, Stan Lee is looking for someone to help design a new super hero!!!
Yes, this could be you!
Here are the details as seen on the site to upload your submissions:
The Stan Lee Foundation and Prismacolor invite designers to create a superhero character that will excite a global audience. What can your superhero do? What are your superhero’s special powers? How can they help the world?
WHO IT’S FOR
WHO IT’S FROM
The Stan Lee Foundation is a non-profit organization that seeks to provide access to literacy, education and the arts throughout the nation. The Foundation will provide guidance, leadership and resources with other organizations that share its passion for quality in these fields.
Prismacolor is a brand of professional artists’ supplies originated by Berol in 1938, and now manufactured by Sanford, the makers of Sharpie markers. Among the items in the Prismacolor line are color pencils, Art Stix, pastels, watercolors, and alcohol-based permanent art markers.
HOW THE WINNER WILL BE CHOSEN
The winner will be chosen from the 20 highest voted submissions, however The Stan Lee Foundation may look beyond these finalists to select the submission that they feel best fits their requirements.
WHAT YOU GET
Talenthouse will facilitate introductions for the winning designer with the film and television studios and social gaming industries. The selected design will be made into either an action ﬁgure or sculpture of which The Stan Lee Foundation will make a limited number to give away to speciﬁc donors of the Foundation.
The winner will also be presented with an award by Stan Lee at Comic-Con San Diego 2011. Travel, accommodation and tickets to Comic-Con will be provided for the winner.
The 20 highest voted submissions will also receive an official movie poster from one of the Marvel movies signed by Stan Lee.
WHAT TO DO NEXT
Go to TALENTHOUSE and click “Participate” – the rest is easy!
**Submissions must NOT include any published characters nor any Marvel characters (such as Spider-Man, X-Men, Fantastic Four). The design must be totally original and unique. Stan Lee, while advising the Foundation creatively when asked to do so, is neither a director, officer or employee.