Abdelrahman Dnewar, Abderrahman Benhatom, Abdullah Kenani, Ahmad Aiyad, Ahmad Hammoud, Alaa Hikal, Alaa Tameem, Ali Almasri, ِAli Alrawi, Ali Bchennaty, Amer Amin, Ali Heraize, Amro Thabit, Anis Benabbou, David Habchy, Deema Al-Humaidhi, Doa Bugis, Donia Farid, Elsa Haïby, Engy Hashem, Foundland, Ghada Alosaimi, Ghalia ElSrakbi, Ghiya Haidar, Hady Fakhry, Hana Ahmed Taha, Haya Bakhashab, Hussein Nassereddine, Hussein Nakhal, Ibraheem Youssef, Islam Hassan, Jad Abou Zeki, Jamaa Al-Yad, Jana Traboulsi, Karim Farah, Khadija El Sharawy, Khajak Apelian, Lamis Alsayed, Lutfi Zayed, Maajoun, May Hassan, Mehdi Boubekeur, Menna Mansour, Mirna Noaman, Mohammad Sharaf Shennawy, Nardine Shenouda, Muhammad ElMahdy, Nisrine Sarkis, Nora Aly, Noura Andrea, Siwar Koreytem, Shaden Fakih, Olivia Victor, Omar Al-Zo’bi, Radwa Elsalanekly, Razan Basim, Saeed Abu-Jaber, Safeya Fawzy, Sahar Khraibani, Salma Shamel, Samar Zureik, Samer Bou Saleh, Sami Karam, Sarah Gebril, Sarah Taibah, Studio Kawakeb, Tarek Atrissi, Turbo: Saeed Abu-Jaber & Muthanna Hussein, Wael Morcos, Warsheh, Waraq, Yassir Bayoumi, Younes Zemmouri, Yosra Gamal, Yousef Abedrabbo, Zaid Sbeitan.
100 Best Arabic Posters is the first poster design competition honoring the best 100 Poster designs in the Arab world.
The non-profit organisation based in Cairo wants to recognise, to promote and expand the Arabic Graphic Design scene by establishing the competition of the best 100 Posters produced in the region.
100 BEST ARABIC POSTERS is an annual design competition that is hosted by a different Arab country each year.
Designers from all over the Arab world are free to participate in the competition.
Poster submission process starts in December 2015, and then closes by end of February 2016.
From then on, our esteemed jury will be selecting the 100 BEST POSTER submissions and announcing the winners.
In summer 2016, the official exhibition and publication for the 100 BEST POSTERS will take place in Cairo.
Following its kick-start in Cairo, the exhibition will travel around the world until it's time to restart next year.
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- I am not an Arab, but I am working and living in the Arab region, can I participate in this competition?
- Yes, we welcome all to participate in this poster competition as long as they live in the Arab world and their work got produced and published here.
- Are there any theme categories for submitting posters?
- Yes, we have three categories:
A – Poster work, that got produced for any commercial, social or cultural purpose.
B - Poster work that got produced for self-promotional purpose.
C - Student posters that got realized within the academical context and guidance.
- How many posters can one person submit per competition year?
- There is no limit; you can submit as many posters as you like.
- Does my poster have to be in Arabic?
- No we want to explore and celebrate the Arabic VISUAL language heritage, which is not just defined by the spoken language in order to supprt Arab designers and the diversity of their work.
- Does my 2015 poster have to be designed in the same year?
- Your poster has to be maximum three years old, which means that it has to be designed after 01/01/2013.
- Do I have to print and send my own physical poster?
- No, we only recieve digital versions from the competitors.
- Who can attend the exhibition?
- Our exhibition is open for anyone and everyone interested in Arabic poster design.
- Can I withdraw my submission?
- You can’t withdraw your submission, but you can re-submit your work.
- Can I change my poster entry?
- Unfortunately, you can’t change your poster entry, but you can submit again as much as you want.