Every year poster for tomorrow chooses a basic human right to draw attention to. Then it invites the global design community to make posters on this theme that are exhibited around the world on International Human Rights Day, 10 December.
People from poster for tomorrow passionately believe that one poster is a start, but one hundred, one thousand, constitute a movement that can’t be denied.
This year we’re fighting for the right to education for all. This might not seem like the most exciting or controversial issue, but it’s one of the utmost importance.
Poster for tomorrow is an independent, non-profit international project whose goal is to encourage people, both in and outside the design community, to make posters to stimulate debate on issues that affect us all. In the previous two editions the project has received over 4,000 posters from 81 countries and hosted more than 90 exhibitions in 5 continents.
This year poster for tomorrow chose to fight for the right to education for all. If you’d like to help, design a poster on the theme “the Right to education” and submit it.
The best posters as selected by jury of graphic designers will be published in a book and exhibited around the world on a day for tomorrow, 10 December 2011.
- An entry to the poster for tomorrow 2011 competition consists of a portrait format (vertical) poster addressing the proposed creative brief. Posters may be designed by a single author or by a team.
- Entries must be submitted as JPG files of 2953×4134 pixels at a resolution of 150DPI, saved in RGB colour space.
- Designs submitted to the contest must be original artworks that are previously unpublished.
- The designs must consist entirely of the authors’ own work and must not include any copyrighted material.
- Participants may submit up to 10 different posters.
- Designs do not have to contain any specific text or logos, from 4tomorrow, poster for tomorrow or any of our partner charities or institutions.
- Designs shall be anonymous during the judging process, therefore they shouldn’t be signed by the author or bear any other distinguishing marks.
How to enter?
All you have to do is create a poster then upload it on the poster for tomorrow website. A free registration is required to upload a design.