Poster for Tomorrow: A home for everyone

10 March 2013
14 July 2013
Poster for tomorrow's 5th annual call for entries campaigns for the universal right to housing.

‘Home’ means something different to all of us. The place where we grew up, the place where we live at the moment, the place we come to relax or entertain our friends after work. But for far too many people home remains a distant dream, a place to aspire to, as they try to eke out an existence in sub-standard accommodation or sleep rough on the streets because they have nowhere else to go. 

It doesn’t have to be this way.

www.posterfortomorrow.org

Online submission

Individuals can each submit up to ten original posters via the poster for tomorrow website. There is no charge for entry.

Specifications

File size: 2953×4134 pixels
Resolution: 150 dpi
RGB colour space

International jury

The competition is judged in two phases by two different international jury panels.

In the online jury session, posters will be reviewed by a panel of 100  international communication professionals. They will shortlist designs to go forward to the second phase of judging. 12 jurors will meet in Paris, France in October 2013 to select 100 final designs. 

Awards and Prizes

Ten designs, as chosen by the jury, will become part of the permanent collection of the following design museums:

  • Canadian Museum for Human Rights (Canada)
  • Center for the Study of Political Graphics (US), Dansk Plakatmuseum (Denmark), Design Museum Gent (Belgium)
  • Graphic Design Museum (The Netherlands)
  • Lahti Poster Museum (Finland)
  • Les Arts Decoratifs (France)
  • Museum für Gestaltung (Switzerland)
  • Wilanow Poster Museum (Poland)
  • Victoria and Albert Museum (UK)
More prizes may become available during the competition.



Updates:
  • Deadline is extended until Sunday 14/07/2013, 23:59 Central European Summer Time.
  • To avoid difficulties with the online submission site, make sure to update the web browser to the latest possible version before registering and uploading the entry.




For more information, please visit:
www.posterfortomorrow.org

About poster for tomorrow

poster for tomorrow is an international project to promote active citizenship through the medium of design. poster for tomorrow believes that if we want to create a world we all want to live in, we must become socially conscious and take an active role in social debate. For the design community, this could be making posters on issues that affect us all.
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