LICC London International Creative competition
London International Creative Competition (LICC) is a vehicle for facilitating contact between uniquely talented artists and an international audience. LICC invites passionate visual artists, regardless of experience or nationality, to submit their innovative artwork for inclusion in the LICC competition. The artwork is juried by a board of internationally esteemed artists, writers, curators, gallery owners and other luminaries of the visual arts. The 15 finalists work will be presented at the LICC awards ceremony in London, one prize-winner will be chosen by the jury to receive the £2,000 cash prize. This year’s categories: Architectural, Audio/Music. Design (Environmental/Fashion/Graphic/Interior), Drawing/Illustration, Installation, Mixed Media, NetArt/Web Design, Painting, Performance, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Textile, Video and Film, Writing.
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2010 Competition will now accept entries.
Early Bird 20% Discount: 1 December, 2009
Deadline: 20 March, 2010
Golden Bee - Moscow International Biennial of Graphic Design
This has a really nice website!
Established in 1992, Golden Bee collects the best world achievements in graphic design. Golden Bee invites individual artists as well as groups of artists to submit an unlimited number of works to this year’s competition. There are no special format or printing technique requirements for posters and other printing and there is no participation fee. Categories: Poster, Graphic Design and Music, Graphic Design and Religion, Graphic Design and New Media, Special project ’All Gold of the World’. Awards Ceremony on 2 September 2010 at 20:00, Central House of Artists Concert Hall (Moscow, Russia).
Goodjoe T-Shirt Competition
Goodjoe is fighting poverty this Thanksgiving season, one t-shirt at a time. The San Jose-based apparel brand kicked off the season for giving with the launch of its "Design For a Greater Good" t-shirt design contest benefiting Silicon Valley-based Sacred Heart Community Service (SHCS), a non-profit organization whose mission is to unite a community to ensure that every child and adult is free from poverty. Students, designers and even your average Joe’s are invited to submit designs that reflect the organization’s mission. The winning design will be selected by SHCS staff based on how much it excites people about the cause. The winning designer will receive a plaque issued by SHCS to honor the artist’s contribution to end poverty, a plaque for their school (if they are currently a student), $300 from Goodjoe, and a collection of the brand’s collectible “Design of the Week” t-shirts.
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