Below are some of the questions that most frequently come to the Competition Secretary. We hope will be useful to clarify any doubts arose by reading the rules. Of course, if you still have any questions please contact us at the email address firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone using the following numbers: 347.6881328 (Andrea Rampi) – 328.8518849 (Fabio Toninelli).
- Until when can I participate in the competition?
- What does it mean ciao?
- How many illustrations can I send?
- Can I send a photo or a scan of my artwork?
- In the registration form what should I write in the “My ciao “?
- What happens when the illustrations come to the competition?
- I’m not Italian, can I participate in the competition?
- How is the catalog of the exhibition and the calendar?
- If I am selected, but for reasons of distance or otherwise, I could not attend the awards cerimony, can I still receive the catalog and the calendar?
- How is the exhibition and what will be exposed?
The illustration must arrive no later than midnight 25 October, 2017.
The word “ciao” is an informal salutation in the Italian language that is used for both “hello” and “goodbye”
You can send digital file of your original artworks. The file must measure 31×31 cm and be jpg saved at the highest quality. Of course, if your work will be selected, we will ask you to send the original illustration for the exhibition.
The space reserved for “My ciao! ” is not mandatory. You could for example clarify the meaning of our work.
Each illustration is recorded and digitized. After the deadline of the competition we will published in tapirulan.it a virtual gallery with all the works. That gallery will remain permanently available on the competition website. Then the meetings of the jury will begin. The jury must choose the 48 illustrations to be displayed in the exhibition. The same illustrations will be published in the exhibition catalog (Ed. Tapirulan) and 12 of these will also be published on the calendar. The jury also choose the winner of the first prize of € 2000.
Yes, of course! Can participate illustrators of all nationalities.
The catalog has a format of 22×22 cm and is printed on Fedrigoni Papers. On each page there is an illustration of a published author with the relevant data (name, surname, contact, title and specifications of the work). To get an idea of the catalog you can look at the previous catalogs:
The calendar has a format of 30×35 cm and is printed on uncoated paper 250gr. The illustrations are reproduced in a size of 30x30cm to give them the greatest possible space. Here are some photos of previous calendars:
Yes, every illustrator selected will receive a free copy of the catalog and the calendar
The exhibition is composed of the original drawings of the 48 selected artists. The illustrations created with digital techniques will be printed by the Association Tapirulan. The costs of copying, printing and layout are supported by Association Tapirulan. Here there are the photos of the exhibition of 2010, which was joined by the exhibition of Guido Scarabottolo (president of the jury of that edition):