CITY/NATURE - International Poster Contest now is over!
The CITY/NATURE, international poster competition for graphic designers. has been recently opened for entries with aim to select the most interesting graphic creations (posters) constituting a visual commentary of the contest theme.
The CITY/NATURE – International Poster Contest organised by Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw, now is calling for entries inviting.
The aim of this competition is to selection of the most interesting graphic creations (posters) constituting a visual commentary of the contest theme. We built higher, greater, more luxurious cities. But nature was here first. We have stolen the ground we live on. We strongly believe that we have to reconsider our relationship with nature. We need to see nature the closest to us. The one which is around, unseen: in front of our buildings, in the closest park, growing out of the paving slabs.
We need to start to care about nature and treat it as an equal resident of the city. Like an equal neighbour.
We want to make people aware of the advantages they have from green areas around them. Why do we need it? Why should it be a place for every plant in the city's ecosystem?
Let’s use our graphic design skills to educate people of the importance and benefits of having green neighbours! What is the role of green areas in the city ecosystem? Does humanity need to reconsider its relations with the nature closest to them?
The mission of the project is to draw attention to the nature the closest to us – in the city ecosystem (in front of your building, in the closest park, growing out of the paving slabs). Organizer wants to provoke the discussion on how we can take care of nature and treat it as an equal resident of the city, like the neighbour. They want to promote the advantages green areas bring in the cities and show why do we need them, why should it be a place for every plant in the city's ecosystem.
Let’s use our creativity to educate people on the importance and benefits of having green neighbours!
From all submitted applications, an international jury will select the winner and 30 best posters which will be presented on the project’s website and in public space during “Nature in City Action” in Warsaw.
➜ Design the poster constituting a visual commentary of the contest statement. Use only 3 colors. Allowed format is A4 format (210mm × 297 mm), only vertical orientation, RGB 300dpi, saved as jpg, max 5 MB.
The winners will be announced on 15 April 2022.
The competition is open to everyone interested.
The winner and 30 best posters will be presented on the project’s website and in public space during “Nature in City Action” in Warsaw. The finalists of the competition will receive the certificates.
There is no entry fee to participate!