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  • You can trust Neil: Our newest ULTRA HD 4K and OLED TV technologies make everything look more lifelike... and maybe even better than in real life?

  • The Art of the Pixel lends itself to infinite creative interpretations, and that's what makes LG's first-ever new media competition so exciting. We couldn't be more impressed with the submissions we've received from art students around the country.

Nine amazing finalists.
Two talented judges.
One Grand Prize Winner!

LG's Art of the Pixel competition is in the home stretch! Students from the country's top art schools were invited to compete and voters like you have helped narrow down our competition to the top nine entries.

Now, it's up to our judges to make the final call. Mark Tribe (left) is one of the country's foremost authorities on new media. Tim Alessi is Director of New Product Development for Home Entertainment Products at LG Electronics U.S.A. Their challenge: choose one single entry that best expresses the color, contrast and detail of LG's Ultra HD 4K and OLED TVs – the ultimate digital canvases.

Our Grand Prize Winner will be announced on September 17th at a gala event in NYC.

The Finalists

Here's your opportunity to experience the talents of the nine finalists in LG's Art of the Pixel competition. They couldn't be more unique or more inspiring. Stay tuned for the September 17th announcement of the grand prize winner.

Behrouz Raei

Hide and Seek, Motion

In this short video, a parrot plays hide and seek in a vibrant world of color-saturated geometry.

What's behind the door? See for yourself.


Dohee Yang

Journey, Motion

The sun explodes over an endlessly faceted terrain of mountains, valleys and seas. We're caught in a gravitational pull of ceaseless motion.


Sara Hill

Separation, Still

Three unique moments, each bearing its own color identity...fused together to create one image capturing time and movement in a still photograph.


An Li

A Night at the Parkway, Still

It's an al fresco movie night along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Disparate individuals become a sharing community under a summer eve sky.


John Summerson

Painting From Life, Motion

The purest squeeze of red paint takes flight, joining a watery rainbow of hues to capture the moments and movements of memory.


Joseph Bui

110 Fathoms, Still

A portrait of luminous contrasts, where crisp detail merges with the rhythmic energy of light captured in flight.


Christina Chang

Link House, Still

A digital collage redefines the Malaysia residential landscape. Comfort, claustrophobia, originality, sameness all vie for our attention and interpretation.


Maya Smira

Borderline, Motion

Shot on the Israel-Egypt order during construction of a separation fence, the silence of the desert is broken by a planned – but soul-shattering – explosion.


Daniel Barreto

Au Courant, Motion

Enter an evolution of imagination, where lips fill the sky, animals soar, lightening strikes...and everything has a way of happening all over again.


Student Submission Archive

Impressive barely scratches the surface. We were overwhelmed by the originality and quality of the submissions we received. Students from nine of America's finest art institutions participated in LG's The Art of the Pixel competition. We invite you to view their work and choose you own favorites. And thank you to every student and voter who helped make The Art of the Pixel such a rewarding and inspiring event.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Contest Entry is not open to the general public. The Contest is open to students, 17 years or older at the time of entry, who are enrolled at a participating school and are legal residents of the U.S. or D.C. Voters must be legal residents of the U.S. or D.C. and 17 years of age or older. Contest Entry starts at 12:00:01 AM ET on 6/1/14 and ends at 11:59:59 PM ET on 7/13/14. Void where prohibited by law. Click here for the complete listing of rules and regulations.