E STINGS 2011: don’t forget

There’s still time to enter E Stings 2011. Make a sting for E4 and you could get your work on air as well as win £2,500

There’s still time to enter E Stings 2011. Make a sting for E4 and you could get your work on air as well as win £2,500

It’s launched careers, it’s changed lives and it’s made us wonder just what on earth goes through some people’s heads. Yes, E STINGS is back and, with your help, we can make it bigger and better than ever.

As ever, the competition works likes this: we want you to take the E4 logo and create an original brand sting that can be played out on E4 itself. It can be live action, it can be animated, it can be in 2D, 3D or 4D. It can be hi-fi, lo-fi, big-budget or no-budget. All you have to do is download the E4 logo and a selection of sound files from e4.com/estings and get going. 

Our esteemed panel of judges from E4 and Creative Review will choose their top 25 E STINGS from this year’s entries, all of which will be aired on E4. In addition, a selection of our favourites will be shown on the CR website and on our forthcoming iPad app.

We will then choose an overall winner who receives a prize of £2,500 in cool, hard cash. Plus we have a runner-up prize of £500. The prizes will be announced at a party to which all the shortlist will be invited.

If that sounds good, download the stuff you need and get cracking.

Deadline: July 1. Enter online at e4.com/estings

CR in Print

Thanks for reading the CR Blog but if you’re not also reading Creative Review in print, you’re missing out.

The June issue of CR features a major retrospective on BBH and a profile piece on the agency’s founder, Sir John Hegarty. Plus, we have a beautiful photographic project from Jenny van Sommers, a discussion on how illustrators can maintain a long-term career, all the usual discussion and debate in Crit plus our Graduate Guide packed with advice for this year’s college leavers.

If you would like to buy this issue and are based in the UK, you can search for your nearest stockist here. Based outside the UK? Simply call +44(0)207 292 3703 to find your nearest stockist. Better yet, subscribe to CR for a year here and save yourself almost 30%.

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