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Category: Competitions,

Posted by: Enza
Posted: Sep 8th 2013
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It's important to stay designing to improve your speed and skills as much as possible. And what better way than to submit your designs in a competition? It could put you in the running to win some awesome prizes as well as have an extra title or two under the "awards" section of your résumé!

Depending on the competition you could submit work already in your portfolio or any personal projects you've been working on. Be sure to read each submission requirement carefully and be sure to fulfill all the required outcomes.

Our team have been rummaging through some current competitions we think you should have a peek at.

  1. FYVE
    Love snowboarding? FYVE could send you off on a 10 day snowboarding trip to Japan, a printed snowboard featuring your artwork and $600 dosh plus prizes! Closes 20 Sep.
  2. Canberra Type Competition
    Attention type nerds! The city of Canberra is celebrating their centenary and they're on the hunt for the city's own typeface. Type away to the Canberra Type Competition and you could be $10K richer. Closes 27 Sept.
  3. Supergraph
    Want to show your work off in an exhibition space and have it online so people can buy it for keeps? Supergraph are hosting a contemporary graphic arts fair that celebrates design, print and illustration. Closes 31 Oct.
  4. Positive Posters
    It's Positive Posters' 5th year of their competition. Think of an issue you're passionate about and explain that visually. Closes 1 Nov.
  5. 2013 Sydney Design Awards
    For those of you already working in the industry send some work off to the 2013 Sydney Design Awards. Extended closing date 8 Sept.
  6. The Design Kids also have a great website and run some big student-based competitions so keep an eye out for regular competitions.
  7. You can submit your work at anytime to one of our favourite websites, The Dieline. Of course it must be one of your packaging pieces and it gives you a great opportunity to promote your work.
  8. Pinterest is also a really nice way to get your work out there – you never know who could stumble across it! So start pinning and be sure to hash tag #thiscreativelife on your posts so it can pop up when we search for it!

Go on, start designing, drawing, clicking and submitting – good luck!

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