The call for entries for the 2011 Positive Posters Competition is closely coming to an end, but there’s still time to submit your entries. This is your chance to be proactive about an issue, that you think is important. This competition is an opportunity to present social, environmental or political issues to a global audience.
For those of you who don’t know, Positive Posters provides a shared platform that encourages designers to be proactive in shaping important issues.
After the deadline, Positive Posters will review the entries and shortlist 30 posters for inclusion in the end of year exhibition in Australia. Besides the exhibition, there are several prizes for the best entries.
Bring Positive Change Through Poster Design
The 2011 Positive Posters brief asks you to design a poster that highlights or exposes an issue specific to your own country, someone else’s or one that is international. It could be social, environmental or political; anything that you believe deserves a global audience and could be better seen or understood.
This is an opportunity for you to make a positive contribution towards an issue by presenting it to a global audience.
Exhibition + Other Prizes for the Best Designs
After September 30, Positive Posters will review the entries and shortlist 30 posters for inclusion in the end of year exhibition. From this shortlist, our international judges will choose the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winning entries.
The following prizes will be awarded to the best three designs.
- First Place
- 3,500+ posters distributed in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia
- $1,500 + $1,500 to a charity of your choice
- Second Place
- Wacom Intuos 4 Tablet
- Third Place
- Safari Living Prize Pack
Open to Anyone for Unlimited Number of Entries
- The annual Positive Posters competition is open to all designers worldwide, individuals (students and professionals) and collectives (e.g. studios/agencies/collaborations)
- The most important thing you need to know is that every entrant retains 100% ownership of their poster or posters.
- You can submit as many entries as they like.
How to Enter Positive Posters 2011?
Here is how:
- Design a portrait A1 (594 x 841mm), 300dpi, CMYK poster
- Upload an 842px wide by 1191px high, 72dpi, RGB version of your poster in JPEG format on Positive Posters website.
- Submit a rationale (500 character limit) describing how your entry answers the brief