The Biennial of the Poster Bolivia BICeBe is the most important international design event in Bolivia and South America, and is referenced as an integrator in the region. Dictates the design guidelines, it is opened to all educational institutions of Graphic Design and Visual Communication, sharing projects and initiatives with the clear purpose of evolving Bolivian design.
The main objective of the BICeBe, is to educate, integrate and project the country into design world.
Organizer: Biennial of Poster Bolivia BICeBe and Disenadores Gr´Aficos Bolivia
Guest country: Poland
Participants: Creator of posters April 2011 to April 2013
Deadline: April 30, 2013
Annoucement Selected posters: June 28, 2013
Annoucement of winners: November 20, 2013
Opening Exhibition: November 20, 2013
Posters submitted may participate in the following categories:
- Category A Posters on cultural topics and activities.
- Category B Posters on political and social issues.
- Category C Posters advertising commercial events, products or services.
- Category D Unpublished posters on the topic: GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS.
|Category A, B & C (Published Posters)||Category D (Unpublished Poster)|
|First Prize: Medal & diploma||First Prize: US$ 3’500.-, Medal & diploma|
|Second Prize: Medal & diploma||Second Prize: Medal & diploma|
|Third Prize: Medal & diploma||Third Prize: Medal & diploma|
Download Poster Call / Regulations and Entry Form: www.bicebebolivia.com
View below the winners of the Biennial of the Poster Bolivia BICeBe, 2009
CATEGORY A / Cultural Posters
Tomasz Bogulawski / POLAND, “Titus Andronikus”
Dr. Peche / FRANCE, “Personal exhibition in Japan”
Hong Chong Ip / CHINA, “20th Macao Arts Festival”
CATEGORY B / Social Posters
Timo Berry / FINLAND, “Polikovskava”
CATEGORY C / Commercial Posters
Lani Sommese / USA, “Interact 08”
Boris Ljubicic / CROACIA, “Etno Series”
CATEGORY D / Migration Posters
Carlos Vinicius Lopez / BRASIL, “Sobrevivir”
Aurelio Valdez / ECUADOR, “Por qué lloran los arboles”
Seyed Mojtaba Rouhani / IRAN, “Where I could have been”