The World Illustration Awards 2018

Website: https://theaoi.com/world-illustration-awards/call-for-entries/

Illustrators in any country working in any medium or content can enter work created between January 2017 and February 2018. Submissions must be made into the eight categories as either a New Talent (students or those within 2 years of graduation or entering the illustration world) or a Professional entry. This year there are cash prizes for the Overall Winners: £2,000 for the Overall Professional Winner, and £1,000 for the Overall New Talent Winner, among other prizes such as an iPad Pro, Apple Pencil and Procreate software package and a complimentary AOI annual membership. Entry fee for 1 Single image or 1 moving image link: £25 / $33 / €30 and Multiple Entry (up to 5 images or combination of still and moving images): £45 / $60 / €54

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Expires: February 6, 2018


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