Monday, January 30, 2012

beautiful animation by Julia Pott

I would love to share Julia Pott's animations with everyone. I found her animation on Youtube a few years ago, and instantly fell in love with it. My First Crush is her graduation film at Kingston University in UK. Since then, she really developed her style. The second one is what she did at Royal College of Art in 2010. I think she has a natural talent for storytelling. Now she is based in Brooklyn. Definitely worth checking out her work.

Peter Grundy

Peter Grundy is well known for his playful illustrations and infographics. based in UK.
for more of Peter Grundy's works

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

poster for tomorrow

We are thrilled to disclose the brief for the new edition of poster for tomorrow:
"Gender Equality Now!"

The condition of women has undergone undeniable improvements during the last century. But these improvements haven’t happened everywhere and even where they have been the strongest, well, they are far from being strong enough.
Gender inequality still lingers unchallenged: it’s one of those things that are hard to see precisely because they are right in front of our eyes.
That’s why we ask all of you to see beyond the status quo and imagine a different future.
As for the past, at closing of the call for entries, poster for tomorrow will entrust your artworks to a jury of renowned designers. The best 100 posters will be displayed in multiple locations worldwide opening 10 December, “A Day for Tomorrow”.
But there will soon be plenty of time to deal with the details and also with the novelties of this 2012 edition. Now is the time for the really important stuff. We need gender equality now, because more opportunities for women are more opportunities for us all.

Competition Calendar:
Call for entries open: 8 March 2012
Call for entries close: 10 July 2012
Online jury vote: 20 July - 10 September 2012
Live jury session, Paris: 5 October 2012
Worldwide exhibitions opening: 10 December 2012

Download the brief (PDF):
and more language to come ...

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