Posted by Hervé Matine
on October 26th, 2019

Projects / Competitions / A Planet for tomorrow

Poster for tomorrow in 2019 and 2020

At the start of the year we decided to skip our traditional poster contest and have a whole year dedicated to exhibitions showcasing the best of the 39,000 posters we received over the last decade. These exhibitions have already started (see below).
Significantly, this plan of action allowed us to properly analyse what we have done previously and what we want to do in the future. So far there is one thing that we can tell you for certain: from now on poster for tomorrow will be a biennale.
Leaving a year between editions will win us valuable time that will transform all our operations:...

Posted by Hervé Matine
on September 16th, 2019

Projects / Competitions / A Planet for tomorrow

September 16, is the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer.

This is an occasion for us to remind that we still need to talk about it!
Our last edition "A planet for tomorrow" has been exhibited in more than 60 cities.
If you are interested by setting up an exhibition of these 100 brilliant posters in your city, university or institution, don't hesitate to drop us an email.
© Rashid Rahnama - 2018

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  • A Planet for tomorrow


    Welcome to poster for tomorrow 2018. 

    It will be a year of significant change for us: the final edition of our poster contest in its current form. You can find the reasons for this decision here, together with the announcement of this year's...

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  • One for all, all for one!


    An invitational poster project, with the support of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Right (OHCHR) and La Mairie de Paris.

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  • Freedom of Movement


    In last year's brief we talked about "a world where boundaries are becoming less and less meaningful. Now more than ever, we are one people. No matter where we live, we are all equally powerless in the face of war or environmental disaster."

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