China International Design Competition: 2012 Year of the Dragon

08 August 2011

AIGA China has asked us to help promote their upcoming design competition. Here are the details:

The ultimate Chinese cultural symbol is the dragon. And in anticipation of the auspicious year, AIGA China has partnered with PoloArts to support the first annual China International Design Competition: 2012 Year of the Dragon. The competition aims to promote communication, exchange and interaction between China and the rest of the world by encouraging designers to create innovative work based around the theme of the Chinese dragon.

Entries will be accepted through September 27, 2011 in the areas of Graphic Design, Digital and Multi-Media Design, Installation Design, and Product Design. See www.cidc2012.org for entry requirements. A panel of judges comprised of well-respected international designers and Chinese celebrities will award significant cash prizes. One hundred winning works will be exhibited at Beijing’s Capital Museum in January 2012.

Entries are accepted from designers from across the globe regardless of age, rank, professional status, or nationality. All designers are encouraged to apply!

Comments

25 August 2011, 12:54 am Sarah Burnham says:

Thanks, Pete! We’re excited to see some unique and international takes on the “Chinese Dragon” theme!

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