CR Illustration Annual: last chance to enter

There’s still time to enter the Creative Review Illustration Annual: we’ve extended the deadline to April 16

There’s still time to enter the Creative Review Illustration Annual: we’ve extended the deadline to April 16

We’ve had a fantastic response so far but this is absolutely your last chance to enter.

Following on from our highly acclaimed Annual, and Photography Annual we are launching a version just for Illustration. The very best work will be showcased in a special July issue of CR.

The categories are:

Personal/non-published
Self-initiated, personal or experimental work, which has not been commissioned or published.

Advertising
Work commissioned by advert ising agencies including posters and
press ads.

Editorial
Illustration for magazines and news papers including news, fashion and advertorial. Includes commis sioned as well as non-commissioned work.

Design
Work commissioned exclusively by design agencies.

We have deliberatley kept entry fees as low as possible – just £40 for a single entry, which is less than half the cost of comparable awards schemes. And, unlike other schemes, there are no extra costs for reproduction.

Please enter here

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