Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Poster for Tomorrow: 2013 call for entries

Poster for Tomorrow: A Home for Everyone

Poster for Tomorrow announces its 5th annual call for entries for social communication poster designs. The project has been running annually since 2009 and this year's topic will be the right to housing.

The objective is to meet and, hopefully, surpass the outstanding 3000+ entries from 105 countries received in last year's competition.

The website will receive entries from designers and design students from all over the world starting March 10. The deadline for entries is July 10, 2013.

An international panel of 100 online jury members will shortlist received entries, while our 12 jurors will meet in Paris next October to judge the 100 best posters entries.

These will make up the exhibition and catalogue that will be displayed worldwide next December 10, International Human Rights Day and third edition of "A day for tomorrow".

Regulations are now available in English on our website (in PDF format) at this link.
They will soon be available in other languages as well.

As in previous years, you enter the contest via our website. It’s still free to enter, you can still enter up to 10 (original) posters and it still should be very easy for you to upload your poster if you’ve read the regulations in advance. Please, please read these to check entry specifications and technical requirements – it will save you a lot of possible time and heartbreak.

We are very glad to disclose the names of the jury members (as contained in the regulations as well). They are 12 very extremely well known graphic designers from France, Europe and many other parts of the world.

Here are their names (and personal or portfolio website links, if available):

Antoine Abi-aad, Lebanon
Noma Bar, Israel
Michel Bouvet, France
Marisa Gallen, Spain
Ayse Karamustafa, Turkey
Alain Le Quernec, France
Anette Lenz, France
Rico Lins, Brasil
Lena Sando, France
Teresa Sdralevich, Belgium
Annik Troxler, Switzerland
Agnieska Ziemiszewska, Poland

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