Conqueror’s ‘Typographic Games’ challenges creatives to go for Gold!
Posted by: Arjowiggins Creative Papers
Date added: Wed 09 Nov 2011
This graphic design and typographic poster competition from Conqueror, the premium paper brand from Arjowiggins Creative Papers, is open to creatives around the world and runs from November 2011 to the end of April 2012.
Entry is free and the only requirement is that the posters incorporate the phrase ‘It’s not what you win, but how you conquer it’ in a custom designed typeface. Competition details are here.
Typographer Jean François Porchez will head the international jury of leading typographers and designers who will judge the entries and pick the medal winners. Porchez designed five bespoke ‘Conqueror’ typefaces as part of the ‘It’s Not What You Say, It’s How You Say It’ award-winning campaign, which re-launched the Conqueror brand in 2010. Judging for the Typographic Games will take place in London in May 2012.
In addition to the top prize VIP trip to the Olympic Games there are customised Nike trainers for five Silver medalists and international exposure for the Gold, Silver and Bronze winners; all will find fame through a special edition booklet distributed with an international design magazine and an exhibition in London in June 2012.
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