The Annual: Now open for submissions

Does it innovate? Is it powerful? Does it achieve its objectives? Is it original? Is it beautiful? The Creative Review Annual 2011 is now open for submissions.

Creative Review is now open for submissions for The Annual 2011, which will showcase the visual communication highlights from the past twelve months.

The Annual aims to be the definitive guide to the year in visual communication, including Advertising, Graphic Design, Digital Media, Illustration, Editorial Design, Music Video and more. Full entry details are here.

As the only title to cover all these areas and with nearly 30 years experience, CR will ally its skills and knowledge with that of leading industry figures to select the most significant work of 2010.

The categories are broken down into the following areas:

  • Online advertising
  • Print and press
  • Graphic design
  • Illustration
  • Packaging
  • Interactive and digital media
  • Commercials
  • Music videos
  • Virals
  • Motion graphics
  • Editorial design
  • Other

Judges for this year’s submissions are:

Andy Cameron
Interactive creative director, Wieden + Kennedy London

Kevin Stark
Creative director, Bartle Bogle Hegarty

Laura Jordan-Bambach
Executive creative director, LBi

Georgia Fendley
Brand director, Mulberry and founder, Construct

Fernanda Romano
Global creative director digital and experiential, Euro RSCG

The deadline for entries is December 17.

For full entry details and to register your interest, please go here.

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