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Creative Quarterly 20: Open Call for Entries

pros-and-joesA Contest for Pros and Regular Joes
If you are looking for a graphic design contest with a low entry fee, a chance to join a community of fellow graphic designers and artists, and a competition that welcomes professionals and students, look no further than the Creative Quarterly 20 Contest.

This contest is open to all undergraduate and graduate students, instructors, graphic designers, illustrators, art directors, photographers, and those in the fine arts.

Guidelines and Submission Information
The contest judges base their decisions for winners on the most interesting, inspirational or innovative submissions. Judging is done on digitally submitted work. According to the contest sponsor:

"We search the web for interesting projects in art and design to share with our readers... Inspiration can come from an innovative chair design ... an unusual ring or from an interview with a well-known designer, artist, or something from one's past. We bring together the creative community like no one else."

dvdEligible entries must have been created within the past 12 months. Your artwork should be submitted in 300 dpi, RGB, JPEG. If your entry is in vertical format it must be 8 inches wide. If your submission is in horizontal format, it must be 10 inches wide. Entries are graded on a scale from 0 to 4.

Professionals can upload their artwork by going to the contest website, while students can submit their work through this online link. There is an entry fee of $10 for each submission. There is no limit to the number of pieces you may enter as long as an entry fee accompanies each piece.

The complete submission guidelines can be seen by downloading the PDF document (Click on bold blue text).

For those who want to send their entries via standard mail, burn your images onto a DVD or CD and send to:

CQ Journal Call for Entries 20, 3x3 Publishing,
244 Fifth Avenue, Suite F269, New York NY 10001

For UPS or FedEx deliveries ship to:

CQ Journal Call for Entries 20, c/o HivelyDesigns,
631 Vanderbilt Street, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn NY 11218

Contest Categories and Prizes
There are four contest categories: graphic design, illustration, photography, and fine arts. Contestants are subdivided into student and professional classes. Winners will have their work published in the June 2010 newsstand issue of Creative Quarterly and its sister online website.

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Other Details
The deadline for this contest is April 30, 2010. If you have any questions regarding this competition send them to: info [at] cqjournal.com.

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