The new artwork will replace works by Damien Hirst, Simone Cenedese and Christopher Ries which are currently on the cards.
The competition – called Our Future Artists – is being organised by consultancy Chemistry Communications Group, which rebranded the Skywards programme last year.
As well as having their art featured on the cards, the competition winners will also win $5000 (£3200) and will be flown to Dubai to showcase their work at an art exhibition.
There are three competitions in the initiative, covering the three tiers in the programme – Blue, Silver and Gold. Artists can enter all three categories or just one.
The current Gold card features Hirst’s To Lure butterfly, Silver a glasswork by Ries and Blue a comet glass star by Cenedese. These were selected as part of Chemistry’s rebrand of the programme.
The winning artworks will be selected by a panel of judges including Chemistry creative director Seb Hill and Brian LaBelle, senior vice-president of Skywards. The winning work will be announced on 25 September.
To enter, visit www.ourfutureartists.com. The deadline for entries is today.