We are looking for a visual image to match a poem. The image must be an original piece of artwork or photography. If you have an image that you think relates to one of our three selected poems, please submit your work to us! We will select the best image for each poem. The image and the poem will be combined to make cards that will go on sale as a way to promote poetry to the public.
When submitting your work, please indicate which poem it matches. You can submit one image for one poem, up to a maximum of three different images for three different poems. You cannot submit the same image for more than one poem.
The winner will be awarded HKD$500. Your artwork or photograph will be used to make a card. There will be three winners in total, one winner for each poem.
By submitting your work, the participant agrees to give Kubrick Poetry Society the permission to use the work to make cards. Your name will be printed on the cards as the artist or photographer.
Florence Ng, Atom Cheung and Polly Ho
Deadline and details
Please send your artwork/photograph to Polly Ho at email@example.com. The extended deadline of submission is 31stAugust, 2019. In the e-mail, please state clearly your name, art medium, size of artwork, and year of completion. For photographs, no specific information is required.
Past example of Kubrick Poetry Cards
MetamorphosisThe change is all so subtle we hardly
notice: at first it is just the colour
of the postbox or a missing crown
on a uniform. We laugh at the promise
horse-racing will go on forever.
On lifestyle: less noodle stalls,
more shops of gold. And every day,
in Lo Wu, you hear frustrated voices
and grating wheels of trolley cases.
It's more useful to speak Mandarin
when you shop: and swipe Union Pay.
The pop stars are all touring north.
Nobody takes news seriously
anymore because it is biased
however you look at it. Lately
there are those who weep
for the death of Pokemon.
the border in haste before due dates.
I wonder how a city
can outgrow the country,
if going home is still an option
Born and grew up in Hong Kong, currently living in the UK with her husband and daughter.