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Here’s your chance to design a James Bond poster inspired by Daniel Craig’s 007 films

12 December, 2019

As James Bond returns for his 25th adventure, EON Productions, Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios Inc. (MGM), Universal Pictures International and United Artists Releasing (collectively, the 'Studios') want young creators to make their own mark on the iconic visual history of the James Bond franchise. The No Time To Die Fan Art Competition is organised by Talenthouse.

No Time To Die Character Poster Daniel Craig James Bond

No Time To Die Poster featuring Daniel Craig

This is your chance to create a unique, eye-catching and undeniably Bond poster. It has to be inspired by the Daniel Craig films, while celebrating the design legacy of Bond.

The judging panel will include members of the Universal Pictures International marketing department, and may also include James Bond producers Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli, the Director of No Time To Die Cary Joji Fukunaga, and Daniel Craig.

The panel will select from all qualified submissions. A qualified submission is one which meets all the Terms & Conditions, Guidelines and Official Rules (find these on 007.Talenthouse.com).

The judging criteria is based on Creativity (30%), Originality (30%) and Overall Understanding of the theme (40%).

Poster contest James Bond daniel craig no time to die

James Bond poster moodboard

The contest is active starting today December 12, 2019 at 6:00 PM.
Submission Deadline: January 22, 2020 at 5:00 PM
Creators Selected: March 11, 2020 at 6:00 PM

All times are in London Local Time.

Nobody better to invite you to the contest than Daniel Craig himself:

Now what can you win?

5 pieces of work will be chosen as Selected Creators. Each will potentially have their work included across Bond social and digital channels and receive £2,000 per piece selected.

Additionally, 20 pieces of work will be chosen as Finalists. Each will potentially have their work included across Bond social and digital channels, potentially receive career advice and feedback on their submission from a local creative agency (by telephone or email) and receive £250 per piece selected.

Submission guidelines:

  • Create poster artwork that is inspired by the Daniel Craig Bond films, and celebrates the design legacy of Bond
  • Your work should be unique, eye-catching and undeniably Bond
  • You can include any combination of Bond characters (or none at all) in your work
  • You should include this 007 stamp in your submission
  • Create your work so it is suitable for a standard 1 Sheet (1026mm height x 696mm width), either portrait or landscape. Please include a 5mm bleed
  • Your work should be static and digitally created. Please create it as a layered PSD, minimum 4000px (width or height) to a min. 300dpi
  • Check out this mood board for inspiration
  • In your submission, include a short description in English about your inspiration for your work, and why you love Bond. Add this to the 'Say something about your submission' section within your submission. The Studios and their affiliates may use this in their marketing activities
  • Don't include anything that could be interpreted as violent, sexually explicit, racist, pornographic, sexist, political, discriminating, religious, violent or offensive
  • Please do not share your submissions anywhere online, until after the Selected Creator Announcement
  • Please note it is a condition of entry that all rights, including, intellectual property rights to the submitted work (regardless of whether chosen as a Selected Creator) will become the property of MGM upon submission. By submitting you will agree to this Rights Release.

Head over to 007.Talenthouse.com for all the details, and good luck!

Good Luck 007 Gareth Mallory


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Comments

Being an Artist myself and seeing what all everyone else has posted so many years, it makes me so happy that 007 is including outside help and a chance with No Time To Die. What more can I say but "WOW"!!
thought this was a good idea
I'm sorry that the studios continually associate themselves with this kind of competition because they are beyond bad. If the artist reads the agreement they will see that by submitting their designs, they forever sacrifice their rights to the art and accept that the studios may use their art without compensation - even if they do not win. As someone who has worked in the movie studio system for over 35 years it irks me that artists are vulnerable to be exploited in this way (especially for a franchise such as Bond). Thank you for a great forum. Regards, MARK

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