Flair - Enter The New Competition For Illustrators
Posted by: News In Brief
Date added: Wed 21 Apr 2004
Creativematch and the Association Of Illustrators (AOI) have partnered to give illustrators a powerful and high profile platform to showcase their work and reach a wide audience of potential clients.
We invite you to enter your work to Flair - you could win a free Display Advert worth £495.00. All accepted entries will be displayed on Creativematch for one month and The winner will be showcased on Creativematch and linked to by the Association Of Illustrators (AOI). The winner will receive a banner or button to place on their own website with a link to their winning entry on Creativematch.
Our April Winner is Jonathan Williams with his commission for Penguin Modern Classics 'The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists'.. Congratulations Jonathan, brilliant illustration!
Copyright remains with the author. The competition panels decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
To enter simply log into your account at MyCM Using your UserID and password. If you are not registered with Creativematch GetListed now. Once in your account upload a news item which must contain the following:
- An image.
- Details of the campaign or ideas.
- Techniques and software used to create the image.
- Inspiration behind your work.
All complete entries are automatically submitted into Flair.
If you would like more details or need any assistance with uploading your entry please email Sophie Fitzgerald
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