Here’s a little something Marc Ecko would enjoy. Fully knowing that graffiti art has been quite popular with the youngn’s in Saudi Arabia nowadays, Nokia has launched a new program called “Fusion Challenge: Nokia N78 maphotograffiti.”
This new program aims to encourage young people to benefit from their leisure time especially during the summer season, according to Nokia International Oy General Manager, Mohammed Hassan. “We hope to help integrate modern technologies with various aspects of our lives in the Kingdom, and to stimulate the competitive spirit among the youth to promote important values in our society,” he adds.
Basically this is a graffiti puzzle contest where contestants race to be the first to complete the puzzle.
Riyadh and Jeddah in K.S.A. are the two venues for the event. The mechanics? Three teams will be located in each city where there are graffiti puzzle pieces that need to get pieced together.
Participants will have to find the exact location of the graffiti puzzle pieces, take a picture of it using the Nokia N78, and upload it to http://www.nokia.com.sa/graffiti.
The winners will get a trip to Rabigh North of Jeddah for two days, and a chance to play around Saudi Arabian streets with the Nokia N78 during the duration of the competition.
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