How to enter?
|A- Register||B- Sign in|
|Look for the "Register" button at the top right corner of
the menu bar. Created your account, click on the confirmation link in
your email to validate your account.||Once, logged
in, click on "MY ACCOUNT" to access your own account page, we highly
recommend you to fill as much as information as you can. Upload your
Inside your personal profile page, you will be able to find the link to upload your entries.
Don’t forget to give a title to your poster.
If you are entering as a team or studio
- You register as individual and when you upload your entries you will be able to add other authors of your team as co-authors.
- You register under your name and you add your team or studio. Ex. Robert Wilson (Red Point studio)
How many designs can be entered in the competition?
You can submit up to 6 posters.
IN CASE YOU DECIDE TO SUBMIT MORE THAN ONE POSTER,
WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU NOT TO SUBMIT SIMILAR POSTERS
Important : By submitting 2 similar posters, you are reducing the chance of each poster to have enough vote to be shortlisted.
Start and closing time?
February10th to May 20th 2020 (23;39 Paris time).
Call for entries available in more than 15 languages!
Posters have to be unpublished and made for Fake News competition
They should not be signed or have copyright sign.
No logo in your artwork. Not from our endorsing charities, nor poster for tomorrow itself.
Portrait format (vertical).
RGB colour space, JPG format picture
2953x4134 pixels in size and 150DPI in resolution (50 x 70 cm.)
We encourage you to make posters which do not need to contain texts!
But, If you would like to use text, We encourage you to express yourself freely, which is always done best in your mother tongue.
Do posters have to use the brief text as title or body copy?
No, the brief is there to inspire you, not to provide you with content, so please do not use its text in your design.