The pop star is working with Talenthouse, the global online community of creatives, to source new art based on the record.
Entrants are asked to use Paloma’s current album artwork (designed and photographed by David Standish), music and general persona for inspiration, with a view to the finished piece being turned into a poster.
Paloma and Rankin will judge the contest with the winner receiving $1,300 (£800), a meeting with a Sony Music Creative and tickets to Paloma’s 2015 tour
Paloma said: ‘The visual element to my work is incredibly important to me, and I am so excited to launch this and find some amazing new artists out there!’
Talenthouse’s online creative community, which is free to join and consists of creatives from art, film, fashion, music and photography, has until October 2014 to enter. Visit the Talenthouse website to enter.
Visit palomafaith.com for more information.