New James Bond poster design competition launchedBy Staff Writer 19 December 2019 | Categories: news
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There’s a certain amount of cool protruding from the James Bond movies posters throughout the years. If you’ve ever thought, “Hey, I can do that!” now is the time to prove it. The studios behind James Bond have launched a global initiative challenging the most creative 007 fans to produce original poster artwork, ahead of the April 2020 release of No Time To Die.
Inspired by the Daniel Craig Bond films, the work must celebrate the design legacy of the franchise and will be judged on creativity (30%), originality (30%) and overall understanding of the theme (40%).
Selected creators will receive prize money and feedback on their submission from a local creative agency, as well as career advice to encourage the next generation of artists and creatives into the industry.
Participants must submit their entries by 6pm on 16th January 2020, with the selected creators announced early March next year. Further information can be found online at 007.talenthouse.com
Submitted artwork should be static and digitally created and must be suitable for a standard 1 Sheet (1026mm height x 696mm width), either portrait or landscape. More of the submission guidelines can be found here.
No Time To Die is set to release locally on 3 April 2020. Hit play on the James Bond trailer below for further inspiration.
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