Thank you for your interest in Print in Motion. The deadline for this competition has passed. Winners will be notified by December 31, 2011.
PRINT IN MOTION is Print magazine’s competition dedicated to motion graphics. All winning entries will be featured on our website and receive a special mention in an issue of Print.
has covered broadcast design since the invention of the television, and now the explosion of interest in motion graphics has placed more and more work in the public eye—sites like Motionographer and online magazines such as Boards showcase hundreds of motion designers every month, while Vimeo and YouTube have dedicated animation channels that are updated with new work nearly every hour of the day.
We approached the competition with the understanding that Print’s mission extends into the digital graphics industry, and a motion graphics competition that could live online—from submission to eventual display—would serve a community eager to spot burgeoning leaders in the field.
The competition was divided into five categories: film titles, advertising/commercial, music video, show package, and noncommercial/animation.
Work must have been created between November 15, 2010 and October 1, 2011. Proposals and/or rejected spots will not be considered. Entire videos should be entered; stills will not be considered.
This competition is now closed.
Payment must accompany entries. Entries received without payment will be disqualified. Entry fees are nonrefundable. You may pay by credit card online or send a check. Make checks payable (in U.S. funds, drawn on a U.S. bank) to F+W Media, Inc.. Credit card charges will appear on your statement as “F+W Contest” within 90 days of the contest deadline. A $10 fee will be charged for returned checks and declined credit card payments.
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Print in Motion
4700 East Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, OH 45236 USA
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All entries must be entered online.
There are five categories in this competition:
1. Show package (TV show/station ID/opens/bumpers)
2. Advertising/commercial spot (15 sec/30/60)
3. Film titles
4. Music video
All individual submissions are $100 each. You may enter a campaign (a series of 3-5 related pieces) for $200 per campaign. Students can enter at a discounted rate of $50 per single entry and $150 per campaign entry.
Entrants grant Print the right to reproduce images of their work in Print magazine and to display the projects at our events. Some entries may also appear on Print’s website and in other digital and printed materials, accompanied by designer credits. Print assumes all entries are original and are the works and property of the entrant, with all rights granted therein. Print is not liable for any copyright infringement on the part of the entrant and will not become involved in copyright disputes.
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Print in Motion from Print on Vimeo.
Director: Trevor Tuttle
At age eight, director and production designer he began his obsession
with film. Since then he’s worked on some of the more fantastic movies
of the past decade, including Men in Black, Beowulf, and Alice in Wonderland. You can see more of his work on his site, GLR Studios. Trevor currently resides in the Hollywood Hills.
Credits: Print in Motion – Rocketbus
Production Company: GLR
Director: Trevor Tuttle
Director of Photography: Dylan Sanford
Musical Score: Kevin Drew and Ohad Benchetrit
Sound Design and Mix: Patrick Ginn and Mark Camperell
Editorial: Jamieson Tabb
Artists: Sarah Delucchi and Trevor Tuttle
Typographer: Molly Tuttle
Art Department: Ram Foulger
Props: Luis Lundgren
Puppeteer: Will Foster
Visual Consultant: Woody Tuttle
The winners for the 2009 competition are available in Print
‘s June 2010 issue