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Ten images for Ithaca - 4th poster competition of the island of Ithaca, Greece.

Received 2005.03.08 from Dionysis Livanis

Theme: The Mediterranean
Deadline: 20th of May 2005

1st prize EUR 700, 2nd prize EUR 400, 3rd prize EUR 300

The ten best entries will be made into banners with dimensions 2m x 60cm and will be hung along Ithaca's promenade for the entire summer of 2005. Their creators will have free accommodation at Ithaca on the weekend of the exhibition's opening (July 2005).

Each individual may submit up to two posters. Each piece must have dimensions of 40cm height x 12cm width and is to be mounted on a 5mm thick cardboard with the same dimensions. Behind each entry, the artist's details must be clearly written (name, surname, age, address, telephone number and e-mail), along with their signature under the following text "This piece is my original work of which I give the rights to Fimios-Cultural Events of the Municipality of Ithaca".

Should one wish to send their work in digital format (not obligatory but recommended for the best quality of printing) the requirements are as follows: dimensions 40cm height x 12cm width at 360dpi, in tif or eps format. The file is to be sent on a cd along with the work presented in the same manner as all other entries.

Send your entry to:
"Ten Images for Ithaca", The design shop, Evmorfopoulou 6, 10553, Athens, Greece.
Entries should be received by 20th of May 2005.

Fimios has the right to change, postpone or cancel the competition without prior notification. Works will not be returned and the winners will be notified via e-mail. Participation in the competition requires acceptance of these terms.

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Organised by Fimios - Cultural Events of the Municipality of Ithaca. In collaboration with +design magazine. Endorsed by the Greek Graphic Designers' Association and supported by Gazon Rouge gallery, Kondorousis printing and Finger Print communication services.

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