From June 25 to 29 in Kalemegdan Fortress, in front of the Pavilion "Cvjeta Zuzorić" will be held the 2nd Ilustrofest - Festival Of Illustrations, organized by One to One Agency Belgrade and Aha magazine and under the general auspices of the Poštanska štedionica Bank. The partner of the festival is JKP Belgrade Fortress.
We invite illustrators from the country and the world to send their illustrations in 5 festival categories: illustrations in books, illustrations in magazines (online and printed), illustrations in design and advertising, socially responsible illustrations and personal projects
Participation in the Festival is free of charge and the deadline for submitting art works is May 31st 2020. A short biography of the artist and works that must not be older than one year should be sent to e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please find detailed Regulations here.
2,000 works were submitted at last year's Festival, from 220 illustrators from all over the world (America, Russia, Australia, Turkey, Iran, Great Britain, France, Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia).
At the opening of the Festival on June 25, 2020, a large international exhibition of the best illustrations will be open, in front of Pavilion “Cvjeta Zuzorić” on Kale-megdan Fortress, and we will award best illustrations in 5 Festival categories as well as the Grand Prix of the Festival for the best author from this year's selection for the overall artwork.
In addition to the international exhibition, the Festival will also feature an Illustrations Bazaar where young authors will have the opportunity to exhibit and sell their illustrations as well as illustrated products, in order to help artists to promote their artwork and live from their ideas.
Within the accompanying program of the Festival, professional forums and lectures for artists will be organized, and thanks to the general sponsor of the Festival, Poštanska štedionica Bank, free workshops will be held for families and kids aiming to show to the broad audience that art is not only privilege of artists but should be available to everyone as the biggest currency of the future.