The Guardian is hosting a competition for the best new talent in illustration. The prize is an £8,000 commission to create the look and feel for our presence at Glastonbury festival’s 50th anniversary in 2020.
Your work will be judged by a panel of top creative professionals. As well as the commission, the winner will also receive a large framed print by our print partner, RoomFifty.
Since 1997, the Guardian has been Glastonbury’s media partner. From reporting the length and breadth of the festival, to selling the newspaper on site, it’s one of our biggest brand partnerships.
How to enter
To enter, please submit your portfolio and links to any relevant, online examples of your work. It is free to enter.
Send us your artwork, along with a little bit about you and any relevant experience you may have, using the form below.
The competition opens at 11am on 27 August 2019 and closes at midnight on 11 October 2019. Terms and conditions apply.
Who should take part?
You should enter if you are an emerging illustrator looking for a commission to help get you to the next stage in your career.
The competition is open to both students and non-students. You must be a UK resident and over the age of 18.
We define emerging illustrators as under-recognised and under-represented artists at early stages in their careers.
Here are some useful links about the competition. Make sure you read through all of them so that you are aware of all the details of the competition. It’s important that you’re up to speed before you apply.
To enter the competition, please fill out the form below in full.
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This article was amended on 30 August 2019 to reflect changes to the terms and conditions of the competition.