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Felicity – Change Your City, Change Your Life

The primary objective of this project is to promote a debate around the basic theme of life in the community and how improvements can be made.

This competition of graphic design is an opportunity for graphic artists to express, manifest, symbolize and imagine solutions for a better city capable of improving the lifestyle of its inhabitants.

The competition is open to graphic artists all over the world without limits of age or birth place.

Objective

The primary objective of this project is to promote a debate around the basic theme of life in the community and how improvements can be made.

Felicity aims at providing a contribution to reflection beginning from an anthropological vision and arriving at modern times, in the expectation of a future where the city can be a better place for self-improvement.

Sensitive themes:

  • Integration of different cultures and religions
  • Citizen needs: Youth, Disabled, Children, the Aged, Outcasts…
  • Technological innovations
  • The Community as protagonist
  • Interaction between urban areas and nature
  • Safety

Prizes

Selected works will be:

  • Exhibited during the exhibition in Venice. The exhibition will be held in October 2010 in Venice.
  • Published on the official website of the contest.
  • Published in the catalogue with a limited number of copies and sent to all of the awarded artists.

Rules

  • The competition is open to graphic artists all over the world without limits of age or birth place.
  • Art works can be created with any technique but the final image sent must be in digital form.
  • The best works of technical and conceptual importance will be selected by the jury.
  • To use graphics to interpret and narrate the concept of a city to the size of man.
  • To improve the quality of the city in order to improve the quality of life.
  • Participants may only present one work.
  • The size of works must be 70×100 cm or 100×70 cm.
  • Works must be sent in JPG (72 dpi) or pdf format.
  • An image in high resolution will be requested for printing only for awarded works.

How to enter?

Submit your entries on the official website through the online form which will be available after 15 May 2010.

Please have these rules in mind when submitting:

  • Format poster 70x100cm / 100x70cm
  • File resolution 150 DPI
  • File format: JPG / EPS / PDF
  • File size smaller than 5MB
  • Describe the concept ( No longer than 800 characters) in English.