Posted by Hervé Matine on November 30th, 2020

TOP 10's now!

Fake News - 2020 vision!
On last Sunday November 29th, our final jury team has finished the selection of 100 finalists designer who made the best 100 poster for tomorrow, Fake News - 2020.
It was a very tough mission and they did a very impressive work. We are very grateful.
Here is the link for you to see our TOP 10 posters one by one!We are now going to work on preparation of our book and exhibition which is going to take place in Paris sometimes around end of May (date to be confirmed).

Top 100 posters will be announced in March 2021

Posted by Hervé Matine on November 23rd, 2020

Fake News final jury is now in process!

November 19th to 29th
300 shortlisted posters are now under final jury’s eyes. A big thank to Isabella Borrelli, Carla Independente, Ginette Caron, Yang Liu, Chiara Morra, Francesco Poroli, Efrem Barrotta, Danilo Scalera, Marco Rainò and Armando Milani.
As you all have been already informed our live jury couldn’t take place in Italy - Lecce. Cancelled because of the very bad sanitary conditions.
We took tree weeks time to prepare a dedicated digital environment for them. The will finish their work on Sunday 29th at midnight.
On Monday 30th of November will announce our usual TOP 10 posters. We will also publish our 300 shortlisted names. Stay tuned!

Posted by Hervé Matine on October 22nd, 2020

Fake News Live Jury postponed!

It was not an easy decision to make!
Fake News Live Jury postponed!
We have been informed that The 8th edition of "Conversazioni sul futuro" festival scheduled in Lecce from Thursday 22 to Sunday 25 October is postponed to a date to be decided.
Wisely decided, we are also forced to cancel our 2020 Live Jury.
This happens because of measures taken against covid expansion of Covid19 in Italy. We are now working on preparing a dedicated platform so our Jury member could finish their work and select the 100 finalists posters of Fake News edition.
We will keep you posted with more details vers soon!

Posted by Hervé Matine on October 12th, 2020

Poster for tomorrow goes to Lecce!

Fake News Live Jury
Poster for tomorrow goes to Lecce!
The Chinese native artist Yang Liu, the designer Armando Milani, one of the most important international figures in Italian graphics, Chiara Morra the illustrator, Francesco Poroli the illustrator, art director and graphic designer , the expert in communication, digital strategist and activist for gender equality and LGBT + Isabella Borrelli, Ginette Caron the Canadian-Italian designer and poster for tomorrow adviser , the illustrator Carla Indipendente, the architect, designer and independent curator Marco Rainò, the communication designer Danilo Scalera and the art director and illustrator Efrem Barrotta: this is the live jury of the 11th edition of "Poster For Tomorrow" dedicated to "Fake News ». They will meet on Thursday 22 and Friday 23 October in Lecce on the occasion of the Conversazioni sul Futuro festival.
 
Online Jury mission accomplished!
Over 6,000 posters were sent from all over the world in response to the international call launched last February on a topic that has become increasingly relevant in recent years. These posters were evaluated by the online jury composed 50-50 regarding genders - including illustrators, teachers, journalists, linguists and fake news experts, activists, NGO representatives and people working in the media from all over the world. They have shortlisted 300 posters. One more we would like to thank the whole team for their work.

Thursday 22 October on the opening day of the Conversazioni sul Futuro festival, the live jury team will meet in Lecce to select Top 100 posters of this edition and also select 10 most representative posters. These Top 10 will be presented on Friday 23 October at 5.30 pm in the Cloister of the Convitto Palmieri in Lecce.

To reduce our carbon footprint we will organise our live judging sessions to coincide with a international design event. In this way we can assemble the jurors without asking them to make another significant  journey. This year the judging will take place in Lecce, Italy in partnership with "Conversazioni sul futuro",  We are very grateful for the festival's support.

Supported by the French Ministry of Culture, the visual campaign of this edition was created by the Chinese artist Yang Liu, born in Beijing in 1976 who has lived in Germany since 1990, author of East meets West - Taschen and who will be in Lecce for the jury meeting.




Posted by Hervé Matine on June 22nd, 2020

6078 posters recorded!

Call for entries Closed | 6078 Entries recorded | Online jury revealed

After having extended 12 more hours, this year’s edition of the poster for tomorrow contest in now closed. We have recorded 6078 entries addressing the theme of ‘fake news’, a topic that has felt increasingly relevant this year.

We are now going to prepare our database and select eligible submitted posters. They will be judged by poster for tomorrow’s online jury, who will make a selection of entries to go forward to the ‘live’ judging session later this year. We have spent a month putting the online jury. Normally it is split 50:50 between graphic designers and people whose work relates to the theme addressed in the contest. However, this year we took a different approach. (It’s of course still 50:50 regarding genders). Our online jury is made up of professional illustrators, teachers and professors of art, journalists, news reporters and experts in fake news, NGO representatives, and people working in the media from all around the world. You can meet the online jury here   

The final round of judging will take place in Lecce, Italy between 22-25 October. To reduce our carbon footprint we organise our live judging sessions to coincide with an international design event. In this way we can assemble the jurors without asking them to make another significant  journey. This year the judging takes place thanks to our partnership with "Conversazioni sul futuro". We are very grateful for the festival's support.


Posted by Hervé Matine on June 21st, 2020

12 more hours!

Don't Panic!
Hundreds of posters are uploading to our server since this morning…
Today is the deadline for this year’s edition!
We are extending 12 more hours!
Good luck to everyone!



Posted by Hervé Matine on May 11th, 2020

Deadline Extended

We have been quiet for a month, we’ve got a lot to tell you…During this long lockdown period, we took advantage of our time to run a campaign to help the Syrian Children. The goal was to provide sanitary packs and visual information guides to combat COVID-19 in refugee camps in Syria. We are happy and pleased to inform you that we have funded 7392 euros and already started the preparation. Thank you!
We all have been busy finding solutions to protect ourselves and others.
So far, we are adding 30 more days to finalize and upload your artworks! T
The new deadline is Sunday the 21st of June, at midnight (11:59), Central European Time (CET).
We wish you all good luck and brighter days.

Posted by Hervé Matine on February 9th, 2020

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 positions as fake news intends.

Reducing the carbon footprint of our judging process
To reduce our carbon footprint we will organise our live judging sessions to coincide with a international design event. In this way we can assemble the jurors without asking them to make another significant journey. This year the judging will take place in Lecce, Italy in partnership with "Conversazioni sul futuro", We are very grateful for the festival's support.

We would like to thank Yang Liu who kindly accepted to lead our visual campaign. To see more of her artwork, please click here.

We are also happy to announce that our 2020 edition is supported by the French Ministry of Culture.

The full brief in different languages, regulations and more tips are available for download in several languages here.

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Calendar:
Competition: Februray 10th.- May 20th.
Preselection jury: July 20th. - September 10th
Live Jury live : Octobre 22nd 2020
Biennale Program: May 2021


Posted by Hervé Matine on December 30th, 2019

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:
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10 February:  Brief published. Call for entries opens.
20 May: Competition closes.
20 July: Online judging begins.
10 September: Online judging finishes.
Mid October: Live Jury meets.
Spring 2021: Results published. Worldwide Biennale program announced.

FAKE NEWS!