The Posterheroes, international communication and poster contest has been launched in its 7th edition. After facing the brief related to the right to be a couple as a cultural and social topic, this year Posterheroes has chosen to deal with the theme "Shaping the future".
“The future is open. It is not predetermined and thus cannot be predicted – except by accident. The possibilities that lie in the future are infinite. When I say ‘It is our duty to remain optimists’, this includes not only the openness of the future but also that which all of us contribute to it by everything we do: we are all responsible for what the future holds in store. Thus it is our duty, not to prophesy evil, but, rather, to fight for a better world.”.
This new edition of Posterheroes asks the creative community to imagine and tell the future with a poster, to use it as a warning or as an incentive to drive us in the choices of today and tomorrow.
Creative people around the world are therefore called to express their sensitivity and their ideas through the creation of a graphic poster, size: 70×100 cm, 300 dpi, max 20 MB, vertical layout, JPG or PDF format. Artworks must be designed to be printed. If the graphic work contains text, this must necessarily be written in English.
There is no entry fee for this contest.
It's free to enter!
There are no age, nationality or profession limits, the contest is open to all graphic designers, creative people, illustrators, social communicator, world-changers.
Among the forty selected proposals, the jury will chose the winning one. A 2.500 Euro prize will be assigned to the winner (or winners in case of a group participating), that will be also invited to the exhibition opening (travel and accommodation expenses covered).
To the authors of the selected artworks will be sent a free copy of the catalogue of the contest. To the authors of the 12 selected images for the calendar will be sent a free copy of the calendar. The selected posters will also become part of the shows and future exhibition events of the organizers.