More than Concrete, Steel and Glass: What Embodies a Skyline?

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JLL invites high school seniors to participate in first-ever #DesignYourSkyline Contest

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For the past 10 years, JLL has released its annual Skyline Review: a building-by-building and floor-by-floor assessment of 43 city centers across the country which provides insight, analysis and advice to investors.  But for the first time, JLL is seeking artistic interpretations of these skylines from high school art students.

What: JLL’s “Design Your Skyline” Competition.

Who: Students ages 17 or older enrolled at an accredited public, private or parochial institution in the U.S.

The Ask: Students’ original renditions of their city’s skyline, using the medium of their choice. Options include but are not limited to: painting, photography, sculpture.

When: Entries are currently being accepted: deadline for submission is April 17, 2014.

How: JLL is accepting photo submissions via Twitter and Instagram (use hashtags #DesignYourSkyline and #JLL) or via email (publicrelations.americas@am.jll.com).

Why: Beyond buildings, skylines represent the hopes and dreams of the urban dwellers who call it home. JLL wants to ignite these ambitions and celebrate all Skylines.

Bonus: The winning design (announced May 1, 2014) will receive a $2,000 prize.

All contest details can be found here. Please contact Heather Filkins (Heather.Filkins@am.jll.com / 312-228-2139) or Megan Dolan (Megan.Dolan@am.jll.com / 312-228-3154) with any questions.

Tweet this: JLL wants to see your skyline design! Launching first ever contest for students, read more here: http://bit.ly/1ctHvNH #DesignYourSkyline

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