GLOBAL BIENNALE OF GRAPHIC DESIGN 2016
Organised by the Golden Bee Fund and endorsed by Alliance Graphigue Internationale, International Biennales Coordinating Committee and International Council of Design, the Golden Bee Global Biennale of Graphic Design has opened its call for entries for posters and projects created in 2014-2016.
There are eight categories:
- Digital Design
- Handmade Design
- Pioneers Of Russian Design
- Chernobyl, Fukushima
- Crime And Punishment
- Inferno, Purgatory, Paradise
There is also the additional category 'All Gold Of The World 2014-2016. Golden Bee Special Project' for posters that won awards in 2012-2014 at the most important international competitions. Works in all categories (except for special cases) should be first submitted as digital files. Size: 30 cm on the larger side, 72 dpi, JPG, RGB color model.
TERMS OF PARTICIPATION
- Posters and projects created in 2014-2016 are admitted to the contest.
- Participation in every contest is free of charge.
- Works in all categories (except for special cases) should be first submitted as digital files. Size: 30 cm on the larger side, 150 dpi, JPG, RGB color model.
- Designers of the entries that pass the Pre-Selection Juries will be informed by e-mail.
- Files for print or printed copies of selected works must be sent by post. Postal address will be sent by e-mail personally to those participants whose works have been selected by Pre-Selection Juries.
- The results of selection will be published on July 31, 2016.
- All submitted works remain in the Golden Bee Fund and are not to be returned. Organizers have the right to exhibit and publish biennale works for non-commercial purposes.
There is no entry fee.
Posters and projects from worldwide are welcome.
Selected works will become part of the Golden Bee 12 exhibition, scheduled for 4–9 October, 2016 at the Central House of Artists in Moscow, Russia.
ENntry deadline for files is April 15, 2016.
The deadline for the 5th category CHERNOBYL, FUKUSHIMA is March 20, 2016.
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