Art contest for Kalao’s 1 year anniversary

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Kalao launched on November 8th 2021. A lot has happened since then and we are ready to celebrate our 1 year anniversary soon!

We thought what better way to celebrate than with our community of collectors and artists through a friendly art contest for a charitable cause.

Competition details


The topic for the contest is ‘Kalia’s Birthday’.

Submit your piece of art showcasing how Kalia celebrates Kalao’s 1 year anniversary, whether it’s with her friends, cozy on the couch revisiting memories of the past year, or something else completely.

For your inspiration, this is Kalia, our mascot:

There will be a total of 4 winners receiving 10 AVAX each.

2 winners will be picked by the community, 2 by the Kalao team.

The winners will become part of the ‘Kalia Community Birthday’ collection. All pieces will be sold via an English auction and proceeds will be donated to a charity fund supporting children & youth. Artists win a prize and get exposure, the charity receives a donation — win-win ?

How to participate

? Reply to our announcement tweet with your artwork and #HappyBirthdayKalia. Provide additional context for your piece if you like.? Like the announcement tweet
? Retweet the announcement tweet

The submission deadline is November 2.

The artwork can either be an image (JPG/PNG/GIF/WEBPs) or video file (MP4, M4V, WEBM). Maximum file size: 30MB.

Good luck!


  • Starting date: October 5, 2022
  • Submission deadline: November 2, 2022
  • Voting period: November 3 — November 6, 2022
  • Winner announcement: November 8, 2022
  • NFT auctions: November 10, 2022
  • Charity donation: November 15, 2022


The usual Kalao Terms of Service apply (e.g. keep it SFW, respect IP rights, …).

By submitting your artwork, you agree that in case you win the contest, Kalao as the rightful owner of your artwork has the right to sell it via an English auction and transfer the proceeds to the above-mentioned charity. We will not use your artwork in any other way. All participants who submitted an artwork but didn’t win keep the rights to it, allowing them to, for example, sell it as an NFT themselves.


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