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Art & Design is an international foundation whose mission is to bring art in its maximum expression into the home. Art & Design aims to bring the most revolutionary and avant-garde ideas of renowned designers, photographers, illustrators, architects, and promising young artists into the home. In addition, the Foundation supports art education institutions and renowned fashion brands.
With the aim of disseminating and giving visibility to young talents, the Art & Design Foundation launched a contest with the leitmotiv "Pop Art Full" and invited artists to participate and submit their original designs with the Pop Art theme to the Foundation. The winning designs will be used in the design of household items such as sheets, cushions, tableware...
The jury -composed by members of the Art & Design Foundation- will choose three winning designs among all those submitted.
The format that the artist will submit will be the digitalized work with which it is presented and a document with the explanation of the concept and inspiration of the work presented, as well as the file and technique of the same.
The work cannot be smaller than 250 cm x 250 cm or 297 cm x 210 cm (A4).
It is necessary to send us the work digitalized in high resolution (300 ppp) in TIFF or JPG format or similar. Moreover, if possible, a vectorized version in AI format editable PDF, (or similar) or should be sent as well.
The three winning designs must be sent in physical format by the artist to Art & Design's headquarters (shipping costs will be paid by the Foundation).
To participate in the contest, the following documentation must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org:
With the aim of giving diffusion and visibility to young talents, from the Art & Design Foundation we launch a contest with the Leitmotiv "Pop Art Full" and we invite artists to participate and submit their original designs with the Pop Art theme to the Foundation. The winning works will be used in the design of household items such as sheets, cushions, tableware...
The scope of the awards is aimed at individuals, institutions, schools, and universities that participate at an international level and are related to the world of art and design. The submission to the contest implies acceptance of the rules and the jury's verdict.
Designs that do not meet the requirements established in the bases will not be accepted.
The contest will begin on September 25th, 2021 and will end on October 25th , 2021. On October 29, 2021 the jury, composed of members of the Art & Design Foundation, will choose the winners and the designs will be published on their social networks and website.
The Pop Art work cannot be smaller than 250 cm x 250 cm or 297 cm x 210 cm (A4), it will be of free technique and each participant will be able to send as many works as wanted.
It is necessary to send the work digitized in high resolution (300 dpi) in TIFF or JPG format or similar. In addition, if possible, a vectorized version in AI format, or similar, or editable PDF should be sent.
The three winning designs will be sent in physical format to the headquarters of Art & Design, which will be provided to the winners once the contest is over, and shipping costs will be paid by the Foundation.
The jury is composed of members of the Art & Design Foundation. The members of the jury will share their verdict following the criteria of creativity, originality, and imagination. 3 designs will be selected as winner, one per category:
The following documentation must be enclosed with the design:
The e-mail address to which proposals should be sent is as follows:
All designs submitted after the due date will not be considered valid and, therefore, will not be eligible to participate in the contest.
Once the deadlines have expired, the winners will be published on the Foundation's Social Networks and website.
The three winning designs will be used for their application in household items and the physical originals will become part of Art & Design's catalog of works.
The jury may declare any or all of the prize’s void if the quality of the works submitted does not meet the minimum requirements of the Art & Design Foundation.