Posted by Hervé Matine
on February 9th, 2020

Projects / Competitions / FAKE NEWS!

Fake News - 2020 Vision | Call for Entries is open!

Fake News - 2020 Vision.
We are pleased to announce that poster for tomorrow's 11th edition, “Fake News – 2020 Vision”, is now officially open. You have until Wednesday the 20th May to enter the contest and submit your poster entries to our website.

Perhaps the least said about fake news, the better. There is, sadly, no escaping it, literally or figuratively, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t do anything about it. Whatever your politics or beliefs, it is only facts and open debate that will help us move forward together, instead of further entrench us in our...

Posted by Hervé Matine
on December 30th, 2019

Projects / Competitions / FAKE NEWS!

We wish all of our friends and followers a happy and healthy 2020.

As a small token of our appreciation for your support (and patience with us) we would like to offer you the first announcement of our topic for next year’s edition of poster for tomorrow: Fake News.

Yes, really. Fake news. Check the calendar of key dates below.

We look forward to working on this topic with as many of you as possible in 2020.

All the best,

poster for tomorrow.

Competition Calendar:
10 February:  Brief published. Call for entries opens.
20 May: Competition closes.
20 July: Online judging begins.
10 September: Online judging finishes.
Mid October:...

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