One Word Brief 2013

This year’s One Word Brief is Be: submissions are invited from budding filmmakers, photographers, illustrators and graphic designers. Winning work will be printed in a book and featured in an exhibition

This year’s One Word Brief is Be: submissions are invited from budding filmmakers, photographers, illustrators and graphic designers. Winning work will be printed in a book and featured in an exhibition

One Word Brief was set up by artist and designer Zoltan Marfy and Katriina Cooper, a writer and planner as a showcase for young talent worldwide. In 2011, the first One Word Brief invited submissions to a choice of six words: Change, Search, Freedom, Social, Space and Enough. (See past work here). This year there is just one – Be.

Submissions will be judged by a panel including designer John Bateson of LCC and Bateson Studio and Tate head of production Celeste Menich.

The extended deadline for submissions is June 1. Rules here

 

 

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