Illustrators 55 Call for Entries

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Illustrators 55 Call for Entries

The entire show will be presented in full color in ILLUSTRATORS
55, “America’s Original Annual of Illustration.”   Works selected will
be on display at the Museum of American Illustration at the Society of
Illustrators from January 4 – March 2, 2013.  A selection of 40 works
will tour US colleges through June 2014, the 32nd educational traveling
exhibition.

Accepting entries through October 26th, 2012

Entry Fees:
$30 per entry for non-members of the Society of Illustrators.
$20 for members of the Society of Illustrators entering their own illustrations.
$35 per entry for non-members of the Society of Illustrators entering Sequential or Series.
$30 for members of the Society of Illustrators entering their own Sequential or Series Work.

Justified: AIGA Annual Design Competition

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http://www.aiga.org/justified/

Eligibility

  • Projects that have been published, produced or implemented in the past two years are eligible. School projects and concept designs are not eligible since they cannot be described in terms of impacts.
  • Project categories are Branding, Entertainment, Experience design, Information design, Organizational design, Packaging, Promotion and Service design.
  • Projects may be of objects, messages, campaigns, spaces, experiences or services.
  • Entries from all countries are eligible; foreign-language entries must include a translation in English.

Entry fees

$35 per entry (AIGA members)
$55 per entry (Nonmembers)

Entry deadline: March 31, 2012

Submit Art to the Regional Holiday Exhibition at Il Spazio’s

Dear Artists,
 
I would like to
invite you to submit any new art pieces you may have completed, as the
Kirksville Arts Association begins preparations for the annual Regional Holiday
Exhibition at Il Spazio’s Restaurant where work will be on display from the end
of November  through January.

 
The holidays bring
many local and out-of-town guests to the Restaurant and Pub providing excellent
exposure for community artists.  If
you are interested in displaying and/or selling pieces, we would like to
receive them during the week of November 16.  Pieces can be delivered to the Arts Center during regular office
hours, Monday and Tuesday 9:00am – 12:00pm and Wednesday and Thursday 9:00am –
ll:00am.  Arrangements can be made
for drop off at a different time or pick up by calling 665-1905 or e-mailing me
at spritch@wildblue.net.  The Association’s policy of commission
on sales is 20% for members and 30% for non members.

 
I look forward to hearing from you.
 
Regards,
Sharon Pritchard
Exhibit Committee Member

Kaalogowords 

Print’s Magazines Student Cover Competition

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The winning entries will be published in the April 2010 issue of Print. Designers should pick a global problem and create a cover design that shows how design might solve that problem, such as sustainability, human rights, or the future of food.

The designer should also include a headline, a subhead, and three proposed cover lines for possible stories supporting their theme in their design. The covers will be judged on both the strength of the concept and the execution. Have fun!

DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS JUNE 30, 2009

Click here for more information

HOW Magazine’s 11th Annual Interactive Design Awards

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Enter your work in HOW magazine's Interactive Design Competition. All
winning entries will be featured in HOW's April 2010 Design Annual and
will receive a $100 discount toward registration for the 2010 HOW
Design Conference. One Best of Show winner will be prominently featured
in the April 2010 Design Annual and will be our guest at the 2010 HOW
Conference (round-trip airfare within the U.S., hotel and registration
paid by HOW) .

DEADLINE
All entries must be postmarked no later than July 15, 2009. Entries
postmarked after July 15 require a late fee of $25 per entry. Entries
postmarked after July 31, 2009, will not be accepted.

JUDGING CRITERIA
Your entry will be judged using the following criteria:

  • How well does the entry achieve its client's mission?
  • How well does the entry communicate?
  • How easy is it to navigate the entry?
  • How strong is the entry aesthetically?
  • How strong is the entry technically?

For more information go to the HOW Magazine Web Site