JAGDA International Student Poster Award 2021 now is over!
The JAGDA International Student Poster Award 2021, international competition for students of high school age and above, organized by Japan Graphic Designers Association (JAGDA) has been recently launched to discover and honor next-generation talents, aims to develop and expand graphic design.
Japan Graphic Designers Association (JAGDA) once again is hosting its JAGDA International Student Poster Award competition for 2021 and invites participation by students worldwide.
The JAGDA International Student Poster Award launched to discover and honor next-generation talents, aims to develop and expand graphic design. Poster designs that combine images and texts as free expression have the force to move people’s hearts, enabling visual communication across countries and regions. Our hope is to understand each other and share international issues through posters.
The theme for 2021 competition is “Move”.
Submitted works must be posters in B1 size (728mm x 1,030mm, portrait orientation only) produced between July 2020 and July 2021 and must include the letters “Move”.
The Grand Prix and Gold recipients will be invited to attend the Awards Ceremony to be held in November 2021 (round-trip transportation and accommodation fees will be provided to winners residing in distant locations).
The winning works will be announced on 11 October, 2021.
This competition is dedicated to students of high school age and above. Current students as of 1 January 2021, enrolled in high school, technical college, specialized training college, university or graduate school, are eligible to enter. All nationalities and all ages are welcome to apply individually.
Approximately 200 works will be selected and the following prizes will be awarded: Grand Prix (1), Gold (2), Silver (5), Bronze (10) and Jury Prize (7).
The Grand Prix and Gold winning works will be published in the annual book “Graphic Design in Japan 2022”.
All Winning and Selected Works will be exhibited from 24 November 2021 - 6 December 2021, at the National Art Center, Tokyo and will be published in the official catalog.
Entry fee is 1,000 Japanese Yen per poster.