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Title: First Cyprus international poster triennial 2019
Editors: Zantides, Evripides 
Panayides, Omiros 
Xinaris, Savvas 
Major Field of Science: Humanities
Field Category: Design
Keywords: Graphic Design
Issue Date: 8-Jun-2020
Abstract: The international Cyprus Poster Triennial (CPT) is to be a nonprofit institution that aims to promote and disseminate knowledge and creativity in the field of graphic design by focusing on the poster as a major medium of visual communication. From the early printing of broadsides in the beginning of the 19th century to the present day of the digital era, posters have been influential not only as vehicles that provide information but also as tools responsible for social change, developing awareness on crucial issues, dissemination of revolutionary or political ideas and propaganda. The aspiration of the Cyprus Poster Triennial (CPT) is to establish a graphic design event in the Mediterranean at a place that, on the one hand, can function as a bridge between East and West, and on the other, can bring together designers from all over the world with a variety of perspectives to meet and celebrate the wondrous power of the graphic poster. We welcome poster submissions from any part of the world, as long as they do not include offensive material in respect of any ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or physical condition. Participation in the Triennial is open to all talent, emerging or established, and does not require any submission fees, as the entire venture will depend exclusively on voluntary work and sponsorship.
ISBN: 978-9963-697-39-7
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
Type: Book
Affiliation : Cyprus University of Technology 
Appears in Collections:Βιβλία/Books

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