Cartoon Network’s Powerpuff The World Art Series

Cartoon Network's Powerpuff The World Art Series

Cartoon Network’s Powerpuff The World Art Series

Cartoon Network has asked artists from all over the world to express themselves as a Powerpuff Girl in the form of an art piece. Twenty-five artists have contributed to the special art series by picturing themselves in a variety of art styles to display their inner superhero and to show their personal interpretation of what it means to be a Powerpuff Girl.

All artwork can be seen on the Powerpuff The World website: People using social media (Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr) can also participate by sharing their Powerpuff Girls artwork using the #PowerpuffTheWorld hashtag. People who contribute artwork using social media will have a chance to win Powerpuff Girls themed bags from the luxury fashion house – Moschino.

To see the special art collection and to find out more about each art piece, please follow the link below:

The Powerpuff Girls is among one of the first original series that was produced for Cartoon Network, the show is about three super cute but super fierce superheroines – Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, collectively known as The Powerpuff Girls and it’s their duty to save their hometown – Townsville and the world before bedtime. Cartoon Network revived the show in 2016 and has achieved high ratings on free-to-air channels in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region, broadcasting rights for the rebooted series has been picked up by various channels in different countries.

Also, earlier this year in April, Cartoon Network Africa ran a Powerpuff Girls art exhibition in Cape Town in South Africa, “The Powerpuff Girls Art Factory” exhibition featured Powerpuff Girls styled character designs produced by some of the best illustrators in South Africa.

From The Turner USA Press Release: Cartoon Network Presents: Powerpuff The World Art Series

What is Powerpuff the World?

A collection of art showcasing 25 artists from across the globe who have used their unique artistic styles and diverse perspectives to show the world what makes them powerful.

The Art Collection

From Japan to Brazil to Russia to South Korea, these talented artists have created their own authentic interpretations of what it means to be a Powerpuff Girl. View the collection here!

Express Your Power #PowerpuffTheWorld Submissions

You can participate by submitting art that interprets what inspires you to find your inner superhero by using #PowerpuffTheWorld via social media.

Powerpuff the World Artist Video Coming Soon

Watch an artist explain the meaning behind her Powerpuff the World creation. Coming soon to Cartoon Network social channels: YouTube, Instagram and Twitter.

Cartoon Network Africa Wins A SABRE Gold Award For Cartoon Network Buddy Network

Cartoon Network Africa Wins A SABRE Gold Award For Cartoon Network Buddy Network

Cartoon Network Africa Wins A SABRE Gold Award For Cartoon Network Buddy Network

Cartoon Network Africa has won an African SABRE (Superior Achievement in Branding, Reputation & Engagement) Gold Award in the Public Education category for their anti-bullying campaign – Cartoon Network Buddy Network. The initiative encourages children to be friendly to each other and report and speak out against bullying in schools. Cartoon Network Buddy Network was rolled out for the first time in Africa last year after a successful rollout in Europe.

In Africa, the campaign was developed in co-operation with Childline South Africa. Olympic gold medalist track and field sprinter, Wayde van Niekerk represented the campaign as a Buddy Network ambassador. The campaign made use of animation, video content and storytelling to inform kids about bullying and how they can put an end to it. The award was presented to Robyn De Villiers, chairman and CEO of Burson-Marsteller Africa (Cartoon Network’s PR agency for Africa) and Aude Bousseau, the marketing and PR manager of Turner Africa. Cartoon Network Africa has also won a 2017 African Excellence Award in the “Content Marketing” category for Buddy Network, the 2017 African Excellence Awards ceremony will take place on 29th June in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Cartoon Network also won an African SABRE Certificate of Excellence in the “Marketing an Existing Product to Consumers” for the relaunch of The Powerpuff Girls animated series in collaboration with jazz-electro-hip-pop musician – Toya Delazy. Toya specially produced a reworked version of The Powerpuff Girls 2016 reboot theme song for the African market and performed at the Powerpuff Girls Art Factory exhibit launch night in Cape Town, South Africa on 4th April this year.

Commenting on the awards, Pierre Branco, VP and managing director of Turner France, Portugal and Africa said:

“We here at Turner strive for excellence in everything that we do and constantly try to break boundaries in order to achieve great things.”

The 2017 African SABRE Awards were held last Thursday (11/05/2017) in Marrakesh, Morocco as part of the APRA (African Public Relations Association) annual conference.

The Powerpuff Girls Art Factory Exhibit Launch Night In South Africa

The Powerpuff Girls Art Factory Exhibit Launch Night In South Africa

The Powerpuff Girls Art Factory Exhibit Launch Night In South Africa

Thursday this week (06/04/2017) was the opening night for The Powerpuff Girls Art Factory Exhibit at 91 Loop in Cape Town, South Africa. The Powerpuff Girls art exhibition was organised by Cartoon Network Africa and Cape Town’s First Thursdays cultural experience. The art exhibition features unique Powerpuff Girls screen-prints by ten of South Africa’s best artists and illustrators; artists include Tandiwe Tsabala, Ello Xray Eyez, Quondile Dlamini, Jade Klara, Tyla Mason, Ndumiso Nyoni, Karabo Poppy Moletsane, Anja Nanna Venter, Kgabo Mametja and Jeanne Fourie. The exhibit is now open to the public at 91 Loop in Cape Town until Tuesday 2nd May 2017. The artwork at the event celebrates creativity, expression, empowerment and fun, which are traits The Powerpuff Girls are often associated with.

Proceeds from artwork sales will be donated to Rock Girl – a local girl-led NGO (Non-Government Organisation) grassroots movement that advocates woman’s rights and also aims to reduce violence against woman and girls. Just like the Powerpuff Girls, the organisation’s volunteers are empowered to tackle the challenges in their lives. Rock Girl’s “Safe Spaces” public art and education initiative creates symbolic safe spaces in the form of specially designed benches in partnership with artists, designers and companies. Rock Girl unveiled their latest safe space bench at the opening night at the exhibition, the bench features a Powerpuff Girls themed design by mosaic artist Lovell Friedman. After the art exhibition, the bench will be relocated to the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in the city.

Rock Girl’s latest safe space bench in collaboration with Cartoon Network, featuring a specially designed Powerpuff Girls mosaic.

At opening night, visitors were greeted by The Powerpuff Girls and singer Toya Delazy did a live performance of the African version of the Powerpuff Girls theme song as well as a few of her own songs. Visitors also got to enjoy tasty treats and had the opportunity to create their very own custom-designed Powerpuff Girl tote bag at the screen-printing bar.