Poster: Evgeniy Dobrovinsky / Russia
2018 is the year of the 70th anniversary of the State of Israel.
In this regard, ISRAEL 70, Global Poster Campaign as open international poster contest and invitational campaign is announced.
According to its results, many exhibitions of 70 posters will be organized as a special project of the Golden Bee 13 Global Biennale of Graphic Design.
The main award of the contest is participation in the exhibition. Exhibitors will receive a participant’s diploma and a catalog.
Deadline: September 1, 2018.
Curator of the project
Serge Serov, AGI,
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Shut up! Voice of democracy in danger poster campaign
We invite you to participate in the poster campaign curated by Mykola Kovalenko. Posters can be sent to email: firstname.lastname@example.org until 30 April.
27 years old journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancee Martina Kusnirova were murdered on February 25 in Slovakia in their own house.
His last article which he was preparing for Aktuality.sk was about tax frauds and it exposed mafia connections to the highest Slovak government representatives. This incident initiated huge demonstrations not only in Bratislava and whole Slovakia but also in other foreign cities. We are calling on the designers’ community to create a poster themed SHUT UP! Voice of democracy in danger Artwork selected by a committee will be published online, and the best ones will be presented at an exhibition in Bratislava. Artwork specification: vertical format, JPG with 800 pixels on a longer side, sent to email@example.com
Deadline: April 30, 2018
Supported by Respect APP
Riverside Art Museum, CA
Exhibition: January 7 – March 25, 2014
Guest Curator: Olga Severina
Forged in the molten crater of the vanishing Russian empire scorched by the revolution, the Russian avant-garde was driven by a burgeoning need for political endorsements and nourished by a previously unfamiliar and yet overwhelming sensation of living in a new, liberated society that encouraged ingenuity, enthused imaginations, and incited all forms of artistic expression. Together with the rise of social propaganda, it turned conventional artists like Alexander Rodchenko, El Lizzitsky, Vladimir Tatlin, Vasyl Yermylov, Vladimir Mayakovsky, and many others into forefathers of commercial advertising and forbearers of what we now recognize as modern graphic design, identity creation, and branding.
The exhibit will feature selected works from recent international poster projects, including the Rodchenko 120and Mayakovsky 120 poster campaigns curated by Sergey Serov (Russia) and the Design Sphere poster exhibit curated by Vladimir Lesnyak (Ukraine), which celebrates the greatest writers, scientists, and artists of the Russian avant-garde.
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