3×3 International Illustration Show No.21

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3×3 International Illustration Show No.21

3×3 International Illustration Show No.21 now is over!

The 3×3 International Illustration Awards Show 2024 has recently opened the call for entries for its 21th illustration competition with the mission to spotlight the best contemporary international artists they can find and encourage a new focus on the use of illustration by the global editorial, advertising and design communities.

About Competition


The 3x3 International Illustration Awards Show 2024 now is calling for entries and is open to illustrators at all levels in all countries.

The competition is also open to art directors, graphic designers, educators, students, recent graduates, editors, publishers in all countries for commissioned, non-commissioned and personal work produced or published between March 2023 and the regular show deadline, 29 March 2023.

The 3×3 International Illustration Awards Show is considered to be one of the top three international shows for illustration.

3×3 Magazine is looking for fresh ideas that enlarge the scope of illustration, images that engage us, that make us think, that make us appreciate more fully the craft of illustration. It celebrates those image-makers that are either on the brink of greatness or those who continue to prove themselves year after year.

The 3x3 Magazine of Contemporary Illustration every year judging the world’s best contemporary illustration inviting all illustrators, art directors, graphic designers, educators, students, recent graduates, editors, publishers to submit they best work for its 3x3 International Illustration Awards Show.

3×3 Magazine is looking for fresh ideas that enlarge the scope of illustration, images that engage us, that make us think, that make us appreciate more fully the craft of illustration. It celebrates those image-makers that are either on the brink of greatness or those who continue to prove themselves year after year.

AI-generated imagery is not not eligible for submission.

All Best of Show, medalists and distinctive merit winners will be exhibited in a pop-up gallery during the annual New York City Illustration Week in early November.


Submission requirements


Images for judging purposes must be 1024-pixels on the longest side, 72 dpi, RGB, jpg. There will be request hires files from all winners for reproduction. Animation entries may be entered as an url or uploaded as a mp4, gif or Quicktime file.

For books or comics enter the front cover and three to four representative spreads digitally. You may chose to enter all books with or without text, however orgaiser do request the cover include the title as published.

Your entry may be a Single entry or a Series (2–5 images). There is no limit on how many entries you may enter.

You may enter 2 to 5 images from the same project, and add additional images, up to 10 images, for an additional fee. Keep in mind a Series is judged as a whole. You may want to consider entering one or more images as Single entries as well.





Eligibility


The competition is open to all illustrators at all levels in all countries. In addition art directors, graphic designers, educators, editors and publishers may enter work completed by illustrators.



Prize


Best of Show winners will receive $1,500 and all Gold medal winners will receive 3×3 Collective Premium Membership. Best of Show, Gold and Gary Powell winners will also receive distinctive 3×3×3-inch cube. The Gary Powell Student Award winner will receives a $1,000 cash prize.



Entry fees


Entry fees start at $20 and depending on the Show entered and the type of work submitted. Entries uploaded after 29 March 2024 will be assessed a $10 per entry late fee.

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