Illustration Annual 2011 – extended deadline

We’re pleased to announce both the extension of the entry deadline for this year’s Illustration Annual, and details of two of its judges…

Thanks very much to everyone who has already entered work for our second Illustration Annual. We’ve had some exceptional submissions already.

For anyone who hasn’t had a chance to get round to sending us something, we’re happy to announce we’re extending the deadline to April 1. No, this isn’t an early April Fool’s Day joke, you really do now have more time to get something in for consideration.

If you would like to enter your work, you can do so here.

We’re also pleased to announce a couple of our judges:

Kuchar Swara, founder and creative director of new men’s magazine PORT, will be juding the editorial category.

And design journalist Liz Farrelly, who is acting as consultant curator for this year’s Pick Me Up festival at London’s Somerset House, will be judging the personal/non-published entries.

For those interested, you can read Mark’s recent interview with Kuchar and PORT editor Dan Crowe here, while Patrick’s preview of last year’s Pick Me Up festival can be seen here.

Subscribers meanwhile can look through all the of the work in  last year’s Illustration Annual in our archive.

 

CR in print

Thanks for reading the CR Blog, but if you’re not reading us in print too, you’re missing out on a richer, deeper view of your world. Our March issue features a great piece on pictogram maestro Gerd Arntz by design historian David Crowley plus articles on the latest Honda ad, film posters, Crass, Dutch photography books, The Daily, advertising as diplomacy, Lady Gaga as a creative director and more. You can buy it today by calling +44(0)207 292 3703 or go here to buy online. Better yet, subscribe to CR, save yourself almost a third and get Monograph for free plus a host of special deals from the CR Shop. Go on, treat yourself.

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