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If you haven’t heard Jonas Blue’s new song, “Polaroid” yet, you’re going to want to grab a box of tissues. The song, featuring Liam Payne and Lenna Stella, tells the story of two strangers who fall in love after a chance encounter, captured by a polaroid picture. If that isn’t beautiful enough, we are bringing the song to PicsArt for you to to remix all your polaroid dreams in a special, two-day remix challenge!  Jonas Blue is a London-based DJ bringing us the best combination of pop and dance music. The Brit Award nominee has risen to an incredible level of pop stardom, and is recognized around the world for his songwriting, producing and performing. He is, in every sense, a pop renaissance man, and we are so excited to partner with him for a two-day Remix Challenge. Remix your best polaroid image from 11/16 to 11/17 for a chance…

What’s the one thing we love more than remix challenges? Fanart remix challenges! For the next two days, we are celebrating the release of Gryffin’s new music video for his single, “Tie Me Down!” Gryffin is an up-and-coming American DJ who has made a name for himself in the world of electronic dance music. He’s catchy. He’s super talented. And now, he wants to see your best PicsArt fanart during this two-day remix challenge. Here’s how it works. For the next two days, you can submit your best fanart Remix of Gryffin for a chance to be featured on both his social media and PicsArt’s. Winners will be chosen by vote on 9/14. Don’t forget to tag @gryffinofficial and @picsart, and include the tags #Gryffin and #TieMeDown PicsArt photo editor, collage maker and sticker maker is a totally new kind of creative community, with over 100M+ monthly users. PicsArt has…

Photographers, we love you! Yes, you heard right. Without you, PicsArt wouldn’t be the same. Our app is all about remixing, editing, and sharing images, but none of this magic would happen without your awesome photos! We want you to know that we appreciate all the stunning content you bring to PicsArt, and more importantly, how powerful your role is in our community.  Our photographers are the most followed accounts on PicsArt, and there’s a lot of influence that comes along with their PicsArt stardom. Have you ever thought about where some of your favorite image remixes come from? Our PicsArt photographers are the sources of countless free-to-edit images. The remixes that follow basically set their best images on a path to go viral. Here’s why you should think about starting your very own Photography profile on PicsArt:  Use PicsArt to further your professional career! Gain a huge fanbase in…

Written by Tara Baghdassarian PicsArt has the usual bunch of tech company cliques: the all-knowing IT guys, the lively content creators who talk too much about hashtags, the hardworking support and developer teams, the creative designers and of course, the awesome managers who make sure we’re not always up to mischief! Then there’s Sarah. Sarah Fountain is PicsArt’s blog writer who’s hoping to participate in the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics. Training for the 42K event is no joke, and that’s why in all her spare time (including lunch hours), Sarah is running. She averages a 100 miles a week which is a feat everyone at the office has trouble understanding. How can someone run so far, so fast, and so often? Our team at PicsArt got inspired by these viral memes. We had some fun at the office using our app’s editor tools to troll Sarah and “figure out” what’s motivating…

Nobody does fanart better than our PicsArt community. That’s why we are thrilled to introduce the Mackenzie Sol Fanart Challenge, an editing challenge to bring out the best Mackenzie-inspired edits our PicsArtists have to offer. We are partnering with the British heartthrob himself to bring this challenge to all of his current and future followers, just in time for the release of his new single! Here is everything you need to know. PicsArt will provide images of Mackenzie Sol for you to remix, as well as custom stickers just for the challenge. Simply head over to the challenge page, choose your favorite image of him to remix, and work your magic! Add the hashtag #MackenzieSol and be sure to tag @picsart and @mackenziesol on Instagram. The winners will be featured on PicsArt and by Mackenzie himself! Submit your Mackenzie Sol fanart today! PicsArt photo editor, collage maker and sticker maker…

Song titles don’t get more epic than My Name Is Mars. It should come as no surprise that the new Capital Cities song brings all of the power of an Ancient God to their lyric video, using PicsArt edits! A few weeks ago, PicsArt, in collaboration with Capital Cities, launched a Gods and Galaxies editing challenge. The award-winner group created a song inspired by the idea of Roman Gods, and turned to PicsArt to come up with ideas for their lyric video. With nothing more than a few lyric samples, the global PicsArt community came forward remixed images that were truly out of this world. We’d like to thank everyone who participated in this challenge and made this video possible. Over 2,000 Images were submitted, and over 200 were featured in the video. Watch and share the My Name Is Mars lyric video today! Congrats to everyone who created images…

Last month, we asked you to come up with your most creative image remixes of up-and-coming artist, Alisa Ueno. You submitted images that captured all of her flare, style and energy. The results? Ridiculously cool. via PicsArt Alisa Ueno is taking the entertainment world by storm as a model, DJ, and artist extraordinaire. Her style is undeniably trendy, and her innovative music has brought her to become the featured artist on Apple’s Iphone X commercial. You showed her all of the love she deserves with amazing image edits capturing all of her artistic spirit. Here are the top ten image remixes for the Alisa Ueno Remix challenge: via PicsArt via PicsArt via PicsArt via PicsArt via PicsArt via PicsArt via PicsArt via PicsArt via PicsArt via PicsArt Congratulations to all of the winners! PicsArt photo editor, collage maker and sticker maker is a totally new kind of creative community, with…

They’re catchy. They’re groovy. And now, they’re about to feature PicsArt remixes in a special new video project. Starting today, you can enter the Gods and Galaxies editing challenge for the chance to have your edits seen by Capital Cities fans from around the world! Yes, the group that brought you “Safe and Sound,” #8 on US Billboard Hot 100, is coming out with a new song, and they need some amazing gods and galaxy-themed edits to go along with it. Trust us, you’re going to be playing this one on repeat. Here’s a sneak peak at some of the lyrics, just to get you started: My name is Mars The God of Wars Covered in scars I have no regrets When asked about the lyrics, the group responded by saying that the song was inspired by classical gods. We thought this would be the perfect opportunity for you all to…

Last year, PicsArt started daily image and daily sticker remixes to bring you one image and sticker a day to remix and make your own. Since then, we have been beyond amazed at all of the edits you have put together. This year, we are adding an extra layer of excitement to introduce the Remix Challenge! via PicsArt So, Why The Move To Challenges? We get it. Finding ways to grow your PicsArt presence can be tough at first, and the idea of getting your daily image or sticker remix to the top of a hashtag can feel like a long shot. via PicsArt That’s why we are so excited to introduce the Remix Challenge, our latest and greatest opportunity to show off and test your editing skills. Starting today, we will be presenting either an image or a sticker for you to remix as a challenge each day. All…

Corran Brownlee has an eye for contrast. His charcoal drawings give an extra layer of depth and mystery to the images he creates. We met up with him at a cafe around the corner from his exhibition the Charcoal Collection at Show Gallery in the heart of Hollywood to discuss art, his philosophy on life, and James Bond. The charcoal master is from Canada, but moved to London to work in the British film industry as a storyboard artist and illustrator. For many years, he used his craft to realize the vision of other filmmakers and storytellers from fight sequence storyboards for Jackie Chan to concept images for James Bond opening titles. You have a solo exhibition coming up at Show Gallery in Los Angeles. Can you tell us more about your work and the upcoming show? The work is the culmination of many years of exploration that began while…