Wednesday, January 5, 2022
Tuesday, January 4, 2022
Deadline: March 25, 2022 (midnight EST)
Late Deadline: April 1, 2022 (late fees apply)
Tuesday, August 24, 2021
Other features include how to find your voice, industry news with an inside look at Olaf Hajek’s work for Meissen Porcelain and a round up of recent show winners from the Art Director’s Club and 3x3 Show 18. And as per usual, our book reviews on new releases in art and design.
It’s not too late to subscribe, we still have a few issues left of Issue 26 featuring Brian Stauffer, Sandra Dionisi, Jon Han and ICON Martha Rich—you won’t miss a single issue if you subscribe now.
And coming up next, Keith Negley, Johanna Goodman and Ivan Canu, with Serge Bloch as our ICON, along with the medalists in 3x3’s International Illustration Annual 18.
Cover illustration by Armando Veve, back cover by Feifei Ruan
Monday, March 22, 2021
Proceed will be donated to organizations working to combat hunger including No Kid Hungry, UNICEF and Action Against Hunger.
Women Holding Things
4.25 x 5.5-inches
Ships in early April
Thursday, February 11, 2021
Just received a notice from Cooper Union about an upcoming event on February 24th:
A panel of graphic designers discuss the work of Milton Glaser, a 1951 graduate of The Cooper Union.
Seymour Chwast A’51
Stephen Doyle A’78
Ellen Lupton A’85
Reynold Ruffins A’51
Milton Glaser, a luminary in the art of graphic design, had an outsized impact on those in his field and beyond. Join us for a discussion of his vast body of work as we honor his incredible legacy. A panel of designers will comment on Glaser's work and his influence.
This event will be streamed live on The Cooper Union's YouTube channel. Login information will be sent to attendees the day of the event.
This event is sponsored by The Cooper Union and Brooklyn Brewery.
Registration is required. This event, sponsored by The Cooper Union and Brooklyn Brewery, premieres on YouTube and a link will be sent the morning of the program.
Remembering Milton Glaser
A Virtual Program
February 24, 2021
Thursday, January 28, 2021
Thanks first go to Sisi Yu for the wonderful image corresponding to this year’s theme: It’s All About the Art.
And second, to our fine list of art directors and illustrators who have graciously agreed to judge this year’s show. Art Directors Aviva Michaelov, The New Yorker; Stefano Cipolla, L'Espresso magazine and Stéphanie Ponge-Pécout, Psychologies magazine, both from France; Coralie Bickford-Smith, Designer, Penguin Random House, the United Kingdom and Digital Lead Designer, Kory Kennedy, Hearst Enthusiast Group. Our illustrator jury members includes Andrea Ventura, Germany; Jules Julien and Joost Swarte, both from The Netherlands; Éric Giriat, France/Germany and Dale Stephanos.
This year’s jury will judge both the professional and student show in our new streamlined judging process.
Same expanded categories as in the past giving entrants a more level playing field. Our show is open to all illustrators at all levels in all countries with two distinct categories: Professional and Student—last year our judges reviewed entries from over fifty countries and 114 schools in twenty-three countries. In addition to illustrators our Show is open to all art directors, graphic designers, educators, editors and publishers.
Our Best of Show winner receives a $1500 cash award and gold medal winners receive a $750 cash-value award. Best of Show and Gold Medal winners receive our distinctive 3x3x3-inch cube. All medal and merit winners will be featured in Annual 18 in print and eBook editions as well as our online gallery; Honorable Mentions will be listed in the Annual and displayed online. Art directors receive a complimentary copy of the eBook.
3x3 International Illustration Show No.18
Deadline: March 26, 2021
Friday, December 11, 2020
We’re excited to be featuring Brian Stauffer, Sandra Dionisi, Jon Han and Martha Rich, ICON in our first issue of the new year. Along with our standard features of surveys, book reviews and our special Seen & Noted section where we showcase artists from around the globe that have caught our eye—some you’ll recognize, others we’ve discovered.
Since 3x3 is now a subscriber-based publication you’ll need to sign up for the year to receive all three issues—individual print copies will not be available*. All subscriptions include a free digital copy in two formats: flip-book so it’s just like thumbing through our magazine and a standard pdf, perfect for the small screen.
And this year, subscribe and receive 10% off your entry fees in our 3x3 International Illustration Show No. 18.
A great gift that keeps on giving.
8.5 x 11.8-inches
80 pages, plus cover— over 75 illustrations
Cover mockup illustration by Brian Stauffer
*Digital subscriptions and individual digital copies are available throughout the year