The last 6 and 7 October we held the live jury voting for the 2011 edition of Poster for Tomorrow in our Paris headquarters.
Alain Le Quernec chaired a 9 jurors strong panel, moderated by Guy Schockaert and made up by designers such as Michal Batory, Joanna Gorska, Yuri Gulitov, Giancarlo Iliprandi, Ruth Klotzel, Sophie Thomas and Niklaus Troxler.

They selected the best 100 entries amongst the 400 artworks shortlisted by our preselection committee, a panel composed by 50 women and 50 men working in the design, media and advertising industries. Their role was to review and select online the best 400 posters amongst 2780 entries coming from 88 countries we received this year.

Ten outstanding posters have been picked by the jury to enter the permanent collection of renowned design museums around the world: Dansk Plakatmuseum, Design Museum Gent, Graphic Design Museum Breda, Lahti Poster Museum, Les Arts Décoratifs, Museum für Gestaltung, Political Graphics, Victoria and Albert Museum, Wilanów Poster Museum.

Many of you already contacted us to know if their poster was selected and to know if we're going to publish a list of all the winners. In the next few days we'll proceed to inform all the shortlisted and selected posters designers contacting them directly by email, so please wait for us to get in touch with you. At the end of this process, an online list containing the names of everyone who participated, the shortlisted posters designers and the authors of the selected posters will be published on this website.
In the meantime, please take a minute to fill up your account information so that it will show up correctly in our gallery in case your work is included.

The 100 posters selected by our jury will be and exhibited around the world on "a day for tomorrow" the next 10 December, International Human Rights Day. The posters will be available also as a catalogue, prefaced by UNESCO Director-General Irena Bokova.
The flagship Paris exhibition will open its doors to public on December the 8th at Les Arts Decoratifs.