Poster for Tomorrow

4Tomorrow Association is announcing that poster for tomorrow’s 13th edition, “Stop killing women”, is now officially open for entries.

The competition’s aim is to promote graphic design as a tool for social change.

Stop killing women

According to UN Women, 2022 was the year in which the most women were intentionally murdered to date: nearly 89,000. Of these ‘Around 48,800 women and girls worldwide were killed by their intimate partners or other family members (including fathers, mothers, uncles and brothers). This means that, on average, more than 133 women or girls are killed every day by someone in their own family.’
If it’s not bad enough that femicide is increasing, the real statistic is probably much higher: ‘for roughly four in ten intentional murders of women and girls, there is not enough information to identify them as gender-related killings because of national variation in criminal justice recording and investigation practices’.
This must change. So this year, we want to ask your help in drawing attention to all forms of violence against women: for the world to stop killing women.

If you are entering as a team or studio

– You should first register as individual and when you upload your entries you will be able to add other authors of your team as co-authors.

– You register under your name and you add your team or studio. Ex. Robert Wilson (Red Point studio)

How many designs can be entered in the competition?
You can submit up to 6 posters.

Expert Tip:
IN CASE YOU DECIDE TO SUBMIT MORE THAN ONE POSTER,
WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU NOT TO SUBMIT SIMILAR POSTERS

Important : By submitting 2 similar posters, you are reducing the chance of each poster to have enough vote to be shortlisted.

Start and closing time?
June 10th to September 10th 2024 (23:59 Paris time).

Posters have to be unpublished and made for Stop killing women competition
They should not be signed or have copyright sign.
No logo in your artwork. Not from our endorsing charities, nor poster for tomorrow itself.


Portrait format (vertical).

RGB colour space, JPG format picture
2953×4134 pixels in size and 150DPI in resolution (50 x 70 cm.)


We encourage you to make posters which do not need to contain texts!

But, If you would like to use text, We encourage you to express yourself freely, which is always done best in your mother tongue.

Website link: https://www.posterfortomorrow.org/

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Event Details
  • Start Date
    June 10, 2024 8:00 am
  • End Date
    September 10, 2024 12:00 am
  • Status
    Showing
  • Location
  • Organizer
  • Category