AboutPosted: February 19, 2012
Anno aims to promote the individual creative, the institutions that nurture and foster this talent, reward brilliance and facilitate a cross-pollination of ideas.
Anno online design competition celebrates the spirit of creative excellence and gives emerging talent a stage in which to strut their stuff, connect with peers, and network with industry professionals across the world. And of course get their first taste of international recognition and success.
Anno is open to anyone currently studying and graduates from 2011 – 2012 in any of these categories at a tertiary level: advertising, architecture, fashion design, graphic design, illustration, industrial design and photography are all eligible to enter. And here’s how:
- Upload your entry into the relevant category.
- Industry judging will take place twice a year where up to 10 chosen entries from each category will be published digitally which will be available on multiple platforms.
- Round # 3 – San Francisco Closing date July 31 2012.
- Round # 4 – Sydney Closing date December 21 2012.
- The Anno judging panel for each category has been chosen from industry professionals.
- Students can only enter 3 entries per week and Anno must approve the entry before it goes live. If it isn’t up to an acceptable standard it will be rejected.
Round # 1 – Sweden Closing date June 19 2011
Round # 2 – London Closing date December 18 2011
Round # 3 – San Francisco Closing Date June 22 2012
Round # 4 – Sydney Date December 21 2012
All entries should be uploaded at 72dpi in either .jpg of .gif formats with maximum file size being 2mb per image. Each entry can contain up to 5 images. If entries are accepted for publication then they must be resupplied at 300dpi in a suitable format for print. Failure to so within the allocated time will render the entry ineligible. Video files cannot be larger than 10mg and no more than 2 minutes in length. Formats accepted are flv, wmv, mp4, avi or mov.
So get your best stuff together and enter today – You never know who will see your work. And for the industry professionals – keep an eye out. You never know where your next exciting new talent will come from…