About Creative Quarterly The Journal of Art & Design
Creative Quarterly asks the question: Where does your inspiration come from? What person, place or thing inspires your work? By launching our new redesign we’ve become a much more interactive journal. We search the web for interesting projects in art and design to share with our readers. We ask our readers to share what inspires them.The purpose, not to copy but to inspire. Inspiration can come from an innovative chair design or an unusual ring or from an interview with a well-known designer or artist or something from ones past. We bring together the creative community like no one else.
Creative Quarterly. The best of art and design, quarterly.
We’re looking for the best art, advertising, design, illustration and photography done in the past six months. Professional or student. Published or unpublished. Judged by an editorial staff of award-winning graphic designers, a former judge for Communication Arts annual and represented in The Graphic Eye: Photographs by Graphic Designers from around the Globe, a judge for the Society of Illustrators, Print Regional Design Annual and regional and national advertising and design competitions.
Recently named one of the top 100 art and design publications in the world, Creative Quarterly accepts professional and student entries from all parts of the globe.
Categories include advertising, graphic design, photography, illustration and fine art. Entry fees for Professionals are $30 per single entry, $55 per series—3 to 5 images for all published work, $20/$45; for recent graduates (from the last three years), $15/$45 and for current undergraduates or post graduate students, $10 per single entry, $20 for a series.
Winners will appear in the Spring issue of Creative Quarterly and be exhibited in our online gallery. Winners will also be entered in our year-end juried competitions where we’ll select the top 100 pieces for 2016.
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