High Art Celebrity Judge Panel Revealed!

High Art Celebrity Judge Panel Revealed!
February 26, 2019 Noa


It's hard work to pick the winners of High Art from thousands of incredible entries each year. That's why we like to call in for help deciding on some of the top works!

This year, in addition to our steadfast panel of High Art creators, we have enlisted the help of 3 celebrities, each highly regarded in their own form of artistry.

Check them out below!


Mondo Porras of Denver’s Choppers

Mondo Porras

Godfather of Choppers

World-famous motorcycle builder of Denver’s Choppers and builder of the award-winning High Art Chopper, Mondo Porras lends his skilled eye to evaluating this year’s High Art entries. Mondo has made frequent appearances on Discovery, ESPN and Speed Channel. ​
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Anne & Julien of Hey Magazine

Anne and Julien

Hey! Magazine

Although this duo counts as a single judge, Anne and Julien bring their years of experience in the world of art to the judging panel. Hey! explores art and pop culture through an art magazine, exhibitions, and art shows. Anne is the publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Hey! and curator of exhibitions. In addition to his work with Hey! Julian is a music policy consultant and programmer.
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Donnell Rawlings "Ashy Larry"

Donnell Rawlings

"Ashy Larry"

Best known for his appearances as Ashy Larry on Chappelle’s Show and his work on hit HBO series The Wire, talented actor and comedian Donnell Rawlings lends his creative eye to the High Art 2019 judging panel. ​
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Starting in 2014, High Art has grown to be the world's largest cannabis inspired art competition!



High Art was created by Dona Frank and The Natural Cannabis Company in 2014 as a crowdsourcing solution to packaging design. From its humble beginnings, High Art has developed into an internationally-known art competition with thousands of entries annually from 84+ countries all over the world.

Each year professional and amateur artists create themed works through a variety of mediums to compete for $50,000 in prize money and to see their work featured on packaging, social media, at the High Art gallery in Santa Rosa, CA and displayed at prestigious art events, in the United States and abroad.

High Art 2018 marked the 5th anniversary of the competition and concluded with grand prize winner Mike Oncley receiving $15,000 USD and a $10,000 USD donation in his name to American Red Cross!

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Entries Per Year




In Prize Money

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