In 2021, SunChips® Art Seen gave artists a new way for their art to be seen: on SunChips billboards and murals across the nation.
Now the program is back with a new angle, recognizing a need for more diverse representation in the arts. SunChips fans and art lovers across the U.S. voted to select three grand prize winning artists from under-represented communities. These winners — Maruja Panti, Darnell “Solo” Kirkwood and Megan Lewis — were commissioned to create artwork now featured on SunChips bags and ads.
Look for their art as murals in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C.
To support the future of the arts, SunChips is donating $100,000 to the nonprofit youth arts organization YoungArts.
A YoungArts artist, Glenn Espinosa, created a Snapchat lens for the campaign. Every time someone uses the lens, SunChips will donate another dollar, potentially bringing the total donation up to $140,000.
Visit sunchipsartseen.com to get to know these talented artists, and look for the bags in stores!