فراخوان رقابت بین المللی تصویرسازی سال ۲۰۱۸ انجمن تصویرگران (AOI) منتشر شد.
■ مهلت: ۱۷ بهمن ۱۳۹۶ ■
- این مسابقه در ۸ بخش برگزار می شود: تبلیغات، کتاب ها، کتاب های کودک، طراحی، مجلات، تجربی، پژوهش یا مکان مند (Site Specific).
- آثار هنری با هر ماده ای می توانند در هر کدام از بخش ها شرکت کنند. آثار ارسال شده برای رقابت باید بین ۱ ژانویه ۲۰۱۷ تا پایان مهلا ارسال آثار خلق یا منتشر شده باشند.
≡ واجدین شرایط
- شرکت در این رقابت برای همه تصویرسازان جهان و با هر ساختمایه ای که کار می کنند، آزاد است.
- آثار باید در یکی از دو نوع مشخص شده برای مسابقه ثبت نام کنند:
- بخش استعدادهای تازه: آثاری که توسط یک دانشجو / تازه فارغ التحصیل / تصویرساز تازه کار (دو سال بعد از فارغ التحصیلی یا وارد شدن به دنیای تصویرسازی) خلق شده باشند.
- بخش حرفه ای: آثاری که توسط هنرمندان حرفه ای اجرا شده باشند.
≡ هزینه های ثبت نام
- پوند انگلیس: ۲۵ پوند برای هر تک اثر، ۴۵ پوند برای مجموعه
- یورو: ۳۰ یورو برای تک اثر و ۵۴ یورو برای مجموعه
- دلار آمریکا: ۳۳ دلار برای تک اثر و ۶۰ دلار برای مجموعه
- جایزه برنده نهایی بخش حرفه ای ۲۰۰۰ پوند است.
- جایزه برنده نهایی بخش استعداد تازه ۱۰۰۰ پوند است.
- به همه ۲۰۰ نامزد و برندگان نهایی مسابقه، کاتالوگ تمام رنگی ۱۲۸ صفحه ای اهدا می شود.
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Part 1 – Competition Guidelines and Terms and Conditions – WIA2018
Please read these guidelines and terms and conditions carefully before submitting work for the competition. The guidelines will assist you in completing the online entry form and you will be asked to agree to the Terms and Conditions before you submit an entry. By making a payment for your entry you have accepted
I. To submit work to the competition entrants must register or sign in with their AOI account.
II. The definitions of type of entrant are as follows:
*Illustrator – any professional illustrator entering their own work.
*New Talent – current students, post-graduate students and graduates within two years of graduating, or anyone entering the illustration world within the past two years submitting their own work.
*Commissioner – commissioner submitting work by a named illustrator they have commissioned.
*Agent – agent submitting work by an illustrator they represent.
*Tutor – a tutor or college representative submitting work on behalf of their students.
*Other – any other third party entering work by an illustrator or student such as a design agency or publisher. Third parties entering work by an illustrator or student must obtain the consent of the illustrator or student to enter their work in the competition.
۱٫۲٫ Entering Work
I. Entries must be entered as one of two ‘Entry Types’:
* New Talent entry – work by a student / new graduate / new illustrator (within 2 years of graduating or entering the illustration world)
* Professional entry – work by a professional illustrator
II. Entries can either be a Single Entry (one lead image upload per entry, or a direct link URL to a moving image work, with a lead image (e.g. screenshot) for reference) or a Multiple Entry (up to five image uploads per entry, or a combination of images and moving image direct link URLs). Single or Multiple Entries can be entered into any category. Multiple Entries must be of one project and should be used to showcase different elements of the same project (e.g. multiple illustrations, cover plus spreads from a book, a series of gifs etc.).
III. Entries must have been published or created during the 2017 calendar year or up until the final deadline in February 2018.
IV. The Awards are international and open to illustrators working in any medium, context or geographical location.
V. Entries cannot be submitted by current members of staff at the AOI or current members of the AOI Board of Directors, Patrons or directly by this year’s Judges.
VI. Work commissioned by the AOI cannot be entered into the competition.
VII. Work must be entered into one of eight categories: Advertising, Books, Children’s Books, Design, Editorial, Experimental, Research or Site Specific.
VIII. We accept payments in three currencies: GB Pound £, US Dollar $ and Euro €. Any other currency will be converted by your card issuer at point of payment.
IX. The following entry fees apply:
*GB Pounds – £۲۵ per Single Entry, £۴۵ per Multiple Entry (inclusive of VAT)
*Euro – €۳۰ per Single Entry; €۵۴ per Multiple Entry (inclusive of VAT)
*US Dollar- $33 per Single Entry $60 per Multiple Entry
Conversion rates apply and vary for entries made in in other currencies. Please check with your bank.
X. Please ensure you follow the image upload guidelines (details also on the form upload page) to avoid problems with your entry. Images must be submitted in .jpg, .gif or .png formats (not .jpeg). Images can be up to 4MB and 3000px wide.
XI. URLs should be direct links only to moving image work (e.g. a youtube or vimeo link direct to the work). URLs must not be links to general websites or password protected and will not be considered if so.
XII. The entrant warrants (guarantees) to the AOI that they have the right to submit work, that the image is original and does not infringe the rights of any other party. The entrant will indemnify and keep the AOI indemnified against all claims, demands, actions, suits, proceedings, losses and costs (including any legal costs or reasonable expenses properly incurred and any compensation, costs and disbursements paid by the AOI on the advice of the AOI’s legal advisers to compromise or settle any claim) occasioned to the AOI in consequence of any breach or alleged breach of this warranty.
I. All Category Winning entries and shortlisted work will be included in the awards exhibition at Somerset House in June 2018.
II. It is a condition of entering the competition that all shortlisted work is made available for the exhibition as a high res digital file and in its original format if appropriate. It is the responsibility of the entrant to provide the artwork to be presented in the exhibition, and to follow AOI’s instructions for providing artwork for display. The final method of print and display is the decision of the AOI, and any agents it instructs in the delivery and design of the exhibition.
III. The exhibition will tour for up to 12 months following the London exhibition. Loan agreements issued at the time of the London exhibition will outline the terms and conditions. In the case of international touring, AOI may issue a digital exhibition with files to be printed at the destination.
IV. There is an inclusion fee for the exhibition of no more than £۵۰ (plus VAT). AOI Members receive a discount. Award winning work is included for free.
V. Inclusion in the tour is free and does not incur any extra fee.
I. All shortlisted and category winning work will be included in the Awards publication, which will be sent out to commissioners worldwide.
II. It is a condition of entering the competition that the AOI is granted a licence to reproduce selected work in the awards publication and any other print or digital material for the purposes of promoting the World Illustration Awards.
III. There are no fees for inclusion in the Awards publication.
I. Where cash prizes are awarded they shall be payable by bank transfer in GBP (pounds sterling) only, within 30 days of the announcement of the Awards. Winners are responsible for covering any conversion or transfer fees they may be liable to pay to receive the cash prize.
II. Prize winners must ensure that they are able to accept the cash prize.
III. No prize will be awarded, if the judges deem that there is no entry of sufficient quality to win the Overall Award.
IV. Prizes are not transferable, and cash will be paid in one lump sum only.
V. Prize winners are fully responsible for any taxes, fees or duties due in any country where they may be liable to pay such deductions. The AOI is not responsible for advising on tax issues relating to prizes.
VI. Any advertised prizes are not exchangeable for cash, or any other good or service.
VII. Any advertised prizes cannot be transferred to any other person and will only be given to the named creator of the winning entry (and not any third party that entered the submission).
VIII. Where products are awarded as part of a prize the winner must collect the prize on the Awards Night in June 2018. Charges may apply for posting prizes that are not collected in person.
IX. The AOI reserves the right to withdraw advertised prizes at any time should circumstances dictate such a measure is required and will not be liable to provide compensation or alternative prizes.
X. The Professional Overall Winner will be awarded £۲,۰۰۰, courtesy of rOtring, Overall Winner sponsor.
XI. The New Talent Overall Winner will be awarded £۱,۰۰۰, courtesy of rOtring, Overall Winner sponsor.
XII. The Overall Professional winner will receive a full page in the Directory of Illustration no 35, including an online portfolio of 100 images, valued at $2695 US Dollars. The winner will be responsible for providing content to Directory of Illustration by any deadlines they are notified of.
XIII. The AOI gives all category winners a year-long, complimentary AOI membership with the usual terms of membership, worth £۱۶۰٫ The membership is not transferable, or exchangeable for cash, or any other goods or services.
XIV. Procreate’s sponsorship of the Professional Advertising category will award the Professional winner a package consisting of an iPad, Apple Pencil and Procreate software,
XV. Procreate’s sponsorship of the New Talent Advertising category will award the New Talent winner a Procreate software package.
Step Three – Illustrator’ s Guide to filling in the form
Artist Name – the name you want to appear alongside your entry, should you be shortlisted. This may be your real name, but could be a creative alter ego as well.
I’m Entering – choose the ‘My Own Work’ option
Illustrator First Name – your first name (this will not appear on the website)
Illustrator Last Name – your surname (this will not appear on the website)
Entry Type – choose here if you are entering one single image/moving image URL or multiple images and moving image URLs (up to five in combination, including at least one image). Multiple images should be from one project.
Lead Image – this is the primary image for your entry (it is either your single entry image, a screenshot from the moving image work linked to by direct URL, or the first in a series of images). We advise you choose your strongest image here, as this is what will appear on the website, should your entry be shortlisted.
Multiple entry images – click ‘add to gallery’ to add your multiple images (up to four in addition to the lead image).
Multiple URL upload – click ‘Add URL’ to upload up to four direct link URLs in addition to the lead image. You can upload URLs and images in combination, if desired. URLs have to be direct links to the moving image work. Links to general websites/portfolios will be discarded. URLs should be live until the end of the competition in July 2018.
Title of work – the title of your project
Category – select the category your work is being entered into. Check the category descriptions to see where the work fits best. Projects can only be entered into one category at a time. To enter the same project into more than one category, you will need to upload it again, and select a different category.
New Talent/Professional – select New Talent if you are still a student, have graduated in the last two years, or have only just entered the illustration profession within the past two years.
Brief – tell us a bit about the brief you were given, or gave yourself, for the project. This information is visible to the judges and helps them make their decisions. Please do not mention yourself by name.
Additional information – tell us about the process, materials, formats used, and anything else that is important for us to know about the entry. This information is visible to the judges and helps them make their decisions. Please do not mention yourself by name.
How was the image used? tell us about the purpose of the project (e.g. series of animations for a website, a poster, a book cover etc.).
Commissioned? only select commissioned if you were professionally engaged by another party to make the work (this can include paid or pro bono work). Select un-commissioned if the work was self-initiated or set as a university project. Do not list yourself as the commissioner. This information is visible to the judges.
If the work was commissioned, please give the details of the commissioner. The commissioner company is visible to the judges. Entries that do not supply this information will be marked as uncommissioned.
Agent – if you are represented by an agent, please give the name of the agency.
Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/other social – list your social media handles so we can promote your entry!
**You will be asked to confirm you have read these terms and conditions by ticking the checkbox.**
When you have finished click ‘Add Entry’.
Step Four – Payment and Confirmation
Once you have clicked ‘Add Entry’ your entry will appear in a table at the top of the page as ‘Unsubmitted awaiting payment’. You can now edit the entry as much as you wish until you make payment. Entries that are not paid for by the final competition deadline will not be entered into the competition or shown to the judges.
Once you are ready to pay, click ‘Pay Now’. If you have more than one entry that you wish to pay for, you may also click ‘Pay For All’. Once you have clicked ‘Pay Now’ or ‘Pay For All’ you will see a button to view basket.
Click ‘View Basket’ and you will be taken to an order summary. At the top of this page is a dropdown menu where you can choose your currency (USD/GBP/EURO). Choose your currency, and your shopping basket will automatically update.
Once you are ready to pay, click ‘Proceed to Checkout’.
Enter your billing and payment information and click ‘I‘ve read the terms and conditions’ to accept the conditions of the AOI’s online payment system.
You will receive an email confirmation with your entry ID of your payment and submission.
Your entries will be marked as “submitted” in your Awards portal.