Vote for Sarah

Post by Mark


Sarah is a 17-year-old girl who’s currently a senior at The American School of Kuwait. Her graphic design teacher enrolled her into the Adobe Youth Voices Awards and out of all the entries submitted, Sarah’s poster (pictured above) was chosen to be one of the 20 finalists which is an incredible achievement. There are a bunch of prize categories and one of them is an Audience Award where the student with the most votes wins a prize. If Sarah wins the Audience Award she will get $500 to donate to her favorite charity as well as a one year membership to Adobe’s Creative Cloud. So if you want to help Sarah win, visit this [Link]

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6 comments, add your own...

  1. Adel Mirza says:

    Allah maaq

  2. pickles says:

    Scumbag commenter: went there to vote for Sarah, voted for Love the diversity by Sayoko Ariga instead.

  3. ED says:

    ‘and one of them is an Audience Award where the student with the most votes wins a prize’

    The typo is bothering me…

  4. napalm jelly says:

    I don’t know…

    I’m all for supporting one of our own, but getteng votes based on ethnicity or nationality is a horrible metric.

    At the very least, it’s unfair to other artists.

    You shouId encourage people to vote for the images that deserve them.

    I do wish success to our artist, but I won’t be voting for her (or anyone else for that matter).

    • Mark says:

      Well in this situation Adobe have created an award specifically for people getting voted based on popularity. They have two other awards based on judges deciding but the audience award is meant as a popularity contest most likely to get more people to visit the adobe website.

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