CR Illustration Annual 2011: call for entries

Creative Review’s second Illustration Annual is now open for entries. Categories include Personal/Self-Promotional, Editorial. Design and Advertising. Deadline: March 10

CR’s second Illustration Annual is now open for entries…

Last year’s inaugural Illustration Annual received a great response from illustrators and readers alike. This year, the selected work will appear in the July 2011 issue of Creative Review and we now have full entry details online, here.

The deadline for work is March 10.

Here are some more details of the categories for the Annual:

Personal/Non-Published
Self-initiated or experimental work which has not been commissioned or published.

Advertising
Work commissioned by advertising agencies including posters and press adverts.

Design
Work commissioned by design consultancies for packaging, annual reports, record sleeves, books and any other use.

Editorial
Commissioned illustration for books, magazines and newspapers, including fashion.

For each of the above categories entrants have the choice between entering a single piece of work for £40 or entering a series of images (up to 5) for £70.

Best in Book
All entries accepted for inclusion in the four judging categories will be eligible for consideration by the judging panel for the Best in Book section.

The judging team for this year’s Annual is currently being finalised and details will appear here on the CR blog very soon. More information at creativereview.co.uk/illustration-annual/.

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