Good news for designers and illustrators: The producers of the upcoming James Bond movie No Time to Die and art networking site Talenthouse are organising a fan art competition to come up with a poster design for 007 inspired by the Daniel Craig films.
In his video introduction, Daniel Craig says they’re looking for “bold and brave options that capture the essence of James Bond”. The deadline for the contest, which started last Thursday (Dec 12), is Jan 16, 2020, 6pm (London Local Time).
Wait, who can join the contest?
The guidelines say you can participate as long as you’re 18 and over and you are "not a national/legal resident of Argentina; Bolivia; Brazil; the Province of Quebec, Canada; China; Denmark; Ecuador; Italy; Greece; Kenya; Romania; Saudi Arabia; Dubai; Venezuela; or any of those countries in which the United States has embargoed goods (including, without limitation, Crimea, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan or Syria)."
The judging criteria is based on Creativity (30%), Originality (30%) and Overall Understanding Of The Theme (40%). Five pieces of work will be chosen, and each creator will receive £2,000 (S$3,612). Also, 20 pieces of work will be chosen as finalists, each receiving £250.
The judging panel will include member of the Universal Pictures International marketing department, and may also include James Bond producers Michael G Wilson, Barbara Broccoli, No Time to Die director Cary Joji Fukunaga, and Craig himself.
For T&C, guidelines and official rules, visit 007.Talenthouse.com. Good luck.
No Time to Die opens in cinemas in Apr 9.