By Richard Romano on July 9th, 2013
Do you like paper? Do you like infographics? Now, you can combine them, with the first ever Two Sides Eco-Graphic Challenge. Create a snazzy infographic communicating data about the sustainability of paper and you could pocket $2,500. The contest is open to U.S. citizens of all ages, and you are even allowed—nay, encouraged—to form teams and partnerships. Some rules and requirements, not presented in an infographic format:
Submissions should appeal to children ages 10–15, and should be designed to highlight the positive aspects of paper and paper production.
Entries must be submitted as 6” x 9” vector art with all type outlined in Adobe Illustrator PDF-X format. Final printed size will be 24” x 36” at 300 dpi.
Entries must contain all of the facts supplied by Two Sides US. Infographics will be judged on a number of criteria, including: visual appeal and innovative use of data and/or visual images.
The deadline is August 16, 2013 at 9:00 p.m. EDT. The winners will be announced on September 10, 2013, at Print 13 in Chicago in The Printerverse booth (booth #5440). For more information and/or to download a submission form, please visit here.