Friday, 11 March 2011

Judging 3x3 International student show competition

If you missed the opportunity to submit work to this years V&A illustration awards, (see earlier post) there is another competition that you may like to take a look at. I have kindly been asked by Charles Hively of 3x3 magazine if I would join the panel of judges for this years student competition.

Here's some information for you

call for entries: 3x3 Student Show
Deadline: March 25, 2011
3x3 is the only annual that showcases the world’s best young illustrators.
¶ Judged by our distinguished panel of illustrators who are also educators. Easy online entry. Low entry fees. Cash prize of $1,000 for Best of Show, $500 cash value prize for each gold medal winner.
¶ Plus winners receive a free copy of our annual that also features the best professional and children’s illustrators judged this year—on either side of the ocean. Sure it’s tough getting into our show, but when you do you’ll be among the best of the next generation of illustrators.
Enter Student Show now.

Open to all undergraduate and post-graduate students in all countries enrolled during the calendar year 2009. If you graduated during the year you are still eligible to enter this competition. Only non-paid projects are eligible in the student competition, for paid projects please enter our professional show, deadline March 4.

We encourage you to enter all types of illustrations including projects for advertising, editorial, book, self-promotion, animation, 3D or personal work.

entry fees
Our entry fees are one of the lowest out there $15* for single entries and $35 for series—a series must be three to five images in a related subject.
*10£, 22£; 11€, 26€

Andrew Foster, Central St Martins, London
Frazer Hudson, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, United Kingdom
Steven Guarnaccia, Parsons The New School of Design, New York
Allan Drummond, Savannah College of Art & Design, Savannah
Chris Buzelli, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence
Lars Henkel, Folkwang Universität der Künste, Essen, Germany

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