World Illustration Awards (WIA) 2016, London England..
Their website and print resources are relied on by qualified art buyers from all over the world when they need to commission illustration.
Dear Cartoon Colors, the first batch of judges for the World Illustration Awards have been announced, we would be grateful if you could post this on your network.
The AOI, in partnership with Directory of Illustration, are delighted to announce the first batch of the 24 judges for the World Illustration Awards 2016.
There's just over one week left for submissions. Enter by Monday, 8th February for a chance to be seen by this year's illustrious panel, which features a diverse range of high profile and distinguished industry professionals ranging from illustrators to directors and designers.
Link for more information about the competition and to enter
From left to right:
Julius Weidemann, Executive Editor for Design and Pop Culture at TASCHEN Publishing will be judging Books entries. Tyra von Zweigbergk, illustrator, artist and Secretary General for the International council for design will judge Design. Daehyun Kim, illustrator will be judging the Books category. Nia Roberts, Art Director at HarperCollins Publishers will judge the Children's Book category. Jonathan Hubbard, Creative Director and Founder of London based The Clearing will be judging the Advertising category. Jane Martin, Assistant Design Director at The Boston Globe will be judging the Self-Initiated category.
Full jury can be seen on the judges page http://www.theaoi.com/awards/judges.php
The Association of Illustrators
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Notes to Editor
The Association of Illustrators (AOI) has been running for over 40 years as an organisation that represents the artistic and commercial interests of illustrators, it remains committed to maintaining the integrity of the industry as well as showcasing a range of contemporary talent.
The AOI is a non-profit trade association with a membership that includes freelance illustrators, agents, clients, students and colleges. Established in 1973, it is the leading body to represent illustrators in the UK and campaigns for illustrators’ rights, continually working to increase the professional standing of illustrators, commercially and artistically. The AOI works to improve contract and contracting practice extended to illustrators by commissioners.
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