• October 4, 2014 | Live Jury

    Our final phase of jury, will be conducted by our jury of 10 leading graphic designers from around the world. They will gather in Paris in October to select 100 posters that will be published in a catalogue and exhibited around the world on “a day for tomorrow” next December the 10th. They will also select 10 posters considered as TOP 10, representng the whole collection!

  • Design for Human Rights | Workshop

    The first one of our Design for Human Rights series starts in Morocco!
    This workshop will be led by Alain Le Quernec and Hervé Matine.
    All year along, and thanks to support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we will be organising week long programs in 10 developing and emerging countries in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe.Our new workshop program for 2014. 

    If you wish to participate to this workshop, Sign in to your account and apply!

    Fondation Dar Bellarj
    5 et 6 mai 2014 (10h-13h, 15h-20h)
    Ecole Supérieure des Arts Visuels
    département design graphique - media design
    7, 8 et 9 mai 2014 (9h-13h, 14h30-18h)

    Coordination: Aniko M. E. Boehler - Florence Robert-Vissy

  • get your copy of "a home for everyone" catalogue

    Featuring the 100 best posters from our 2013 competition, the book is made of two full colour volumes and comes in a cardboard case. Contents include photo reportages from the Americas, Asia and Africa and a visual timeline of our first five years.

  • "Work Right!" Call for Entries announcement available in 15 languages.

    Make sure to download – and share – the version that is more relevant to you.

  • Work Right!” Call for Entries ...

    We are pleased to announce that this year’s call for entries, “Work Right!”, is now officially open. The brief is available for download in a number of languages, and more translations will be added soon. 

Posted by Hervé Matine
on October 9th, 2014

Projects / Competitions / Death is not justice

October 10th, World Day against the Death Penalty

Worldwide abolition of the Death Penalty is a priority!
Death Penalty is incompatible with human’s dignity and too many countries are still practicing it.
It is barbaric and not forbidden by international human rights yet.

Let’s celebrate this day by participating in a debate, an event or taking the initiative to organise an action bringing us one step closer to worldwide abolition.

The 2nd issue of poster for tomorrow’s Cultural magazine is released this morning.
It’s entirely dedicated to the universal abolition of Death Penalty.
A series of postcards are also printed to be...

Posted by Hervé Matine
on October 5th, 2014

Projects / Competitions / Work Right!

"Work Right" top 10 are public now!

Live jury took place yesterday October 4th in Paris in partnership with Yves-Robert Youth Hostel who kindly offered their beautiful space and facilities.

"Work Right" top 10 designers in alphabetical order are: Nacho Arbesú - Spain, Onur Aşkın - Turkey, David Criado - Spain, Kun Ji - China,Tomaso Marcolla - Italy, Sergio Olivotti - Italy, Veronika Pethő - Hungary, Tuwanon Piyanuttapool - Thailand, Liat Segev - Israel and Marco Tóxico from Bolivia. Top 10 posters will soon be published in our gallery.

This photo was taken at the end of the voting day, each of these posters are...

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  • Work Right!

    We all have the right to work without discrimination or exploitation of our gender, age, nationality or physical condition. 

    We all have the right to work for a wage that is fair reward for our labour and that will enable us to support ourselves...

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  • Design for Human Rights

    In 2014, we will organise 10 design workshops in developing and emerging countries in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe, thanks to the support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The goal is to promote democratic values with a special...

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  • A Home For Everyone

    Poster for tomorrow's 5th annual call for entries, campaigning for the universal right to housing.
    ‘Home’ means something different to all of us. The place where we grew up, the place where we live at the moment, the place we come to relax or...

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