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.