The Ukrainian Association of Graphic Designers is organising the eighth edition of its international triennial to showcase significant achievements of the world design community on ecological topics. The organising committee seeks posters created between 2009 and 2012 of 60×90 cm or larger to be submitted by 1 February 2012. Entry is free of charge.
'26' - the world since Chernobyl and Fukushima
Earth - our common body (man and Nature)
conscience, freedom and creativity
ethics and spirituality
preservation of the cultural environment (exhibition, museum, festival, theatre posters)
Submission dealine: 1 February 2012
Submit files of works (size: 30 cm along longest edge; 300 DPI; EPS, TIFF, JPEG; RGB colour) and filled entryform files by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The triennial began in 1991 on the fifth anniversary of the nuclear disaster in the fourth block of Chernobyl. Oleg Veklenko, the primary organiser, was affected by his tour as a reservist mobilised to assist in recovery from the disaster and felt the weight of moral responsibility against the threat of future technological catastrophes and environmental pollution. Designers and printmakers from 54 countries responded to the invitation and their work was exhibited at Kharviv Art Museum on 26 April 1991 - exactly five years after the explosion.