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Vote Now to Help Determine Who Wins Natural Cannabis Company’s High Art Challenge

The entry phase for High Art 2015 has come to a close with over 500 entries pouring in from all over the world.  Next up – a crowd-sourcing window, followed by a review of the top designs by the High Art 2015 panel, which includes select panelists from Juxtapoz magazine. Check out all of the artwork and vote for your favorite designs at

Remember to vote soon! Public vote closes this Saturday, March 14!

Now in its second year, the Natural Cannabis Company’s High Art challenge is an international design competition to develop product packaging for Natural Cannabis Company’s product lines. The artistic theme for this year’s contest is “Shapes, Patterns, Doodles, Sacred Geometry, Time and Numbers.”

The grand prize winner will receive a $5,000 cash prize and a MacBook Pro. In addition, the winning art will be showcased in High Art materials and Natural Cannabis Company product packaging for a one-year period. The second place winner will receive $2,500 and a MacBook Pro, and the third place winner will receive a cash prize of $1,500.

In addition to the design challenge, plans are underway to develop several new aspects to High Art 2015—including a touring exhibition of “High Art” hosted at select art museums and venues throughout the country and world, High Art inspired merchandise and reprints, and continued projects throughout the year in conjunction with the High Art artists community.

VOTE NOW, plus see all the submissions, panelist bios, and complete contest details for High Art 2015 can be found at

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