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BY ART NEWS PORTAL | 22-Oct-2012
Illustrators Australia and Australian Creative Magazine proudly present the third Australian & New Zealand Illustration Awards. The awards aim to present the very best of regional illustration and will be judged by top professionals in the fields of advertising, design, publishing and illustration.
Many thanks to illustrator Andrea Innocent for use of her image

The competition is open to all Australian and New Zealand illustrators.

Advertising Agencies, Design Studios and Publishers are also invited to submit any commissioned illustration.

Results will be published in the February 2012 issue of Creative magazine. Results will also be available to be viewed on the Illustrators Australia and Creative’s websites.

The results shall be published as a special 20 page feature in the February 2012 edition of Creative Magazine and with a circulation of 15,000, the awards provide the opportunity for illustrators to promote their work to thousands of potential clients across Australia, New Zealand and beyond, as well as the Creative Magazine and Illustrators Australia websites. The results shall also be available as the 20 page liftout to be be sent out to a further 1000 of the top art buyers in the region.

We have an incredible line up of Judges:

Mimmo Cozzolino (Designer & Historian)
Erica Wagner (Publisher Allen & Unwin)
Shayne Pooley (Exec Creative Director Ogilvy)
Gary Taxali (Canadian Illustrator)
Ian Bear (Snr Art Director DDB Advertising)

Categories include:

Institutional (Work created for use within an organisation eg Govt/Health/Educ)
Self promotional (Work created for own commercial business & personal promotional, folio pieces, gallery/exhibition & self initiated projects)
Unpublished (Work originally intended for publication but not yet published or unpublished private and/or commercially commissioned projects)


These are the ONLY awards held in Australia that are uniquely for Illustrators!

So come on and enter your amazing work.