A Planet for tomorrow
How can I enter my design into the competition?
a- ResgisterFirst of all you have to register yourself on our website. Look for the "Register" button at the top right corner of the grey bar.
Once you have created your account, you will receive a confirmation email to which you have to answer to validate your account.
b- Sign in
To edit your profile, upload your entries or apply for a workshop (when there is an announced workshop available), you have to Sign in. Once, logged in, click on "MY ACCOUNT" to access your own account page.
c- How to upload?
Inside your personal account page, when a call for entries is open, you will see a link inviting you to upload your poster.
Is there any registration fee?
No. poster for tomorrow is completely, absolutely, 100% free to enter!
We are a team, can we enter too?
You register as individual and the same does each member of your team. When you upload your entries you will be able to add other members of you team as co-authors.
We are a design studio, can we enter too?
Yes! But you should in this case register your creative team first and sign in as a member of your team, then you will be able to add the names of the rest of the team in the submission form when uploading your entries.
How many designs can I enter in the competition?
in this year competition, you ONLY can submit up to 3 posters. The reason is explained in our January 20th newsletter (read here)
IN CASE YOU DECIDE TO SUBMIT MORE THAN ONE POSTER, WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU NOT TO SUBMIT SIMILAR POSTERS
When does the competition close?
The closing time for this year submissions is on MAY 10th, 2018 (noon pacific daylight time).
What languages is the call for entries available in?
You can see the list of languages in which the call for entries is available in our download page. A group of volunteers from around the world is helping us to translate it in many other languages, so it might be available very soon. Please come back to check to see if your language becomes available.
Who are the judges?
( days after the competition is finished, (MAY 20), a team of 100 persons (30 JURORS) form across the world are going to visualise all the received posters (online) and each of them can ONLY give ONE note to each of their favorite posters, by clicking on YES or NO. This is how a poster obtains points and take part of the 400 preselected posters.Once the preselection is finished, we will have a live jury day, in which, each year, we invite from 8 to 12 designers (international) and they select the best 100 posters. DESIGN REQUIREMENTS AND SPECIFICATION
What are the design requirements?
The designs must be previously unpublished. They must not include any material protected by copyright. The designs must be portrait (vertical) format posters.
What are the file specifications for the posters?
The file must be a RGB colour space, JPG format picture, 2953x4134 pixels in size and 150DPI in resolution.
Can I submit designs that contain text in languages other than English?
Yes. We encourage you to express yourself freely, which is always done best in your mother tongue.
Does my poster have to use the brief's text as title or body copy?
No, the brief is there to inspire you, not to provide you with content, so please do not feel obliged its text in your design. If you want to use it, fine. If you want to use your own words, even better.
Do I have to include a logo in my design?
No, you don not have to include any logo in the artwork. Not from our endorsing charities, nor poster for tomorrow itself.
Rights and ownership of posters entered in our competition belong to our participants. Participants are agree that poster for tomorrow has an irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive, transferable, royalty-free, worldwide licence to use, copy, exhibit, publicly display and distribute their submitted entry for any activity, as well as institutions, NGO, or companies that are associated or sponsored poster for tomorrow’s activities.
All other kind of use will be specifically notified to the participant and a mutual agreement based on a written authorization. A fee or a royalty, as eventually agreed with the participants will be refund to the artwork owners. Participants are granted and guaranteed the right to be credited every time their entry is used. The name and surname will be mentioned closed to the used artwork.
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