Our warmest congratulations!!!
It is with great joy that we announce the names of the 30 creators of this year's selected posters, from over 700 participants of our 8th International Poster Contest, titled “Racism - Xenophobia”!

As always, the selected 30 posters will be exhibited in the Museum Amphitheater for at least one year!

The final 3 winners will be announced during the awards ceremony, on Saturday, 25th May 2024.

The 30 creators of this year's selected posters are:


Christoph Stettler (Ελβετία / Switzerland), Arina Cherednichenko (Ρωσία / Russia), Parisa Golab (Ιράν / Iran), Bartosz Mamak (Πολωνία / Poland), Ελισάβετ Παρασκευοπούλου (Ελλάδα / Greece), Yingying Xia (Κίνα / China), Layne de Marco de Paula (Βραζιλία / Brazil), Alpha Sanou Diallo (Μάλι / Mali), Alexandra Devyatova (Ρωσία / Russia), Qinghui Ji (ΗΠΑ / USA), Flóra Lázár (Ουγγαρία / Hungary), Θοδωρής Κασκάνης (Ελλάδα / Greece), Anna Czlonkowska (Πολωνία / Poland), Eunica Damaris Mangani (Ιταλία / Italy), Yildirim Bayazit Yaylak (Τουρκία / Turkiye), Oliwia Karczewska (Πολωνία / Poland), Voltaire Mbatchou (Καμερούν / Cameroon), Tewis Kimingi (Κένυα / Kenya), Ioana Vallimarescu (Ρουμανία / Romania), Iwona Pedryc-Korzeniak (Πολωνία / Poland), Danil Syura (Ρωσία / Russia), Katarzyna Krysińska (Πολωνία / Poland), Jingyi Yuan (Κίνα / China), Dara Gumerova (Ρωσία / Russia), Mehmet Nuri Ünver (Τουρκία / Turkiye), Ivan Gremitskikh (Ρωσία / Russia), Anastasia Parish (Ρωσία / Russia), Lei Zhang (Κίνα / China), Nabi Morovati (Ιράν / Iran), Vladimir Dubrovin (Ρωσία / Russia).

With the support of the Region of Crete.

Our warmest congratulations!!!
It is with great joy that we announce the names of the 30 creators of this year's selected posters, from over 700 participants of our 8th International Poster Contest, titled “Racism - Xenophobia”!

As always, the selected 30 posters will be exhibited in the Museum Amphitheater for at least one year!

The final 3 winners will be announced during the awards ceremony, on Saturday, 25th May 2024.

The 30 creators of this year's selected posters are:

Christoph Stettler (Ελβετία / Switzerland), Arina Cherednichenko (Ρωσία / Russia), Parisa Golab (Ιράν / Iran), Bartosz Mamak (Πολωνία / Poland), Elisavet Paraskevopoulou (Ελλάδα / Greece), Yingying Xia (Κίνα / China), Layne de Marco de Paula (Βραζιλία / Brazil), Alpha Sanou Diallo (Μάλι / Mali), Alexandra Devyatova (Ρωσία / Russia), Qinghui Ji (ΗΠΑ / USA), Flóra Lázár (Ουγγαρία / Hungary), Theodore Kaskanis (Ελλάδα / Greece), Anna Czlonkowska (Πολωνία / Poland), Eunica Damaris Mangani (Ιταλία / Italy), Yildirim Bayazit Yaylak (Τουρκία / Turkiye), Oliwia Karczewska (Πολωνία / Poland), Voltaire Mbatchou (Καμερούν / Cameroon), Tewis Kimingi (Κένυα / Kenya), Ioana Vallimarescu (Ρουμανία / Romania), Iwona Pedryc-Korzeniak (Πολωνία / Poland), Danil Syura (Ρωσία / Russia), Katarzyna Krysińska (Πολωνία / Poland), Jingyi Yuan (Κίνα / China), Dara Gumerova (Ρωσία / Russia), Mehmet Nuri Ünver (Τουρκία / Turkiye), Ivan Gremitskikh (Ρωσία / Russia), Anastasia Parish (Ρωσία / Russia), Lei Zhang (Κίνα / China), Nabi Morovati (Ιράν / Iran), Vladimir Dubrovin (Ρωσία / Russia).

With the support of the Region of Crete.

The Museum of Typography Yiannis and Eleni Garedakis announces the 8th International Poster Contest, titled “Racism – Xenophobia”.
In the land of Zeus Xenios, on the island of the protector of strangers already since the ancient times, this year’s international poster contest is scheduled to take place, bearing the title “Racism – Xenophobia”, emphasising once again a burning issue for the whole world.

The contest will take place from Monday, 18 September 2023, until Wednesday, 10 April 2024.

The committee, consisting of three members, who will decide on the winners of the 8th International Poster Contest, titled “Racism – Xenophobia”, by the Museum of Typography Yiannis & Eleni Garedakis, consists of:

Alexandros Kokkolas, graphic designer, Creative Director AKC and professor at the Vakalo Art & Design College.

Ioanna Kostarella, Associate Professor, Department of Journalism and Mass Communications at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

Katerina Lazaridou, studied graphic design-decoration, active in the graphic arts from 1979 to 2018, while currently studying in the Athens School of Fine Arts.

The poster should be accompanied by a short explanatory text explaining its content and purpose.
The invitation concerns adults, mainly professionals and students of graphic and visual arts.
From the 30 posters selected by the jury the first three will receive significant cash prizes.

  1. By participating in the competition, the creators declare that the data used to create their work is original and does not include the copyrights of third parties.
  2. The creators of the three works that will be awarded declare that they do not retain any property rights in the works they will deliver.
  3. The Museum of Typography Yiannis and Eleni Garedaki will be free to re-use freely, for any purpose and in any way, original or adapted, whole or part of the material sent by the 30 creators who receive awards.
  4. Participation in the competition automatically implies acceptance of the terms of this notice.

The Museum of Typography Yiannis and Eleni Garedakis announces the 8th International Poster Contest, titled “Racism – Xenophobia”.
In the land of Zeus Xenios, on the island of the protector of strangers already since the ancient times, this year’s international poster contest is scheduled to take place, bearing the title “Racism – Xenophobia”, emphasising once again a burning issue for the whole world.
The contest will take place from Monday, 18 September 2023, until Wednesday, 10 April 2024.
The poster should be accompanied by a short explanatory text explaining its content and purpose.
The invitation concerns adults, mainly professionals and students of graphic and visual arts.
From the 30 posters selected by the jury (the members of which will be announced soon) the first three will receive significant cash prizes.

Terms of participation


1) Those interested should send their work from Monday, 18 September 2023 to Friday, 10 April 2024, to the email: typography.poster@gmail.com.
The poster should be accompanied by the entry form and a short description of the project (up to 100 words).
The name of both files should be the name of the contestants.
The details of the participation form are:
First Name:
Last Name:
e-mail:
Country:
City:
Address:
Telephone number (with country code)
Short Description (in English): [max 100 words]
2) It is forbidden to use AI. The dimensions should be 50 × 70 cm PDF, CMYK, image at 200 ppi and should not exceed 25 MB. Otherwise the files should be sent by wetransfer. It is necessary to attach a poster file in jpg format in low resolution up to 1 MB for web use.
3) Each participant can submit only one, original project, which has not participated in another competition. The employees of "Haniotika Nea" SA and the "Museum of Typography by Yiannis & Eleni Garedakis" are excluded from the competition.
4) The poster must bear the museum logo, either in Greek or English. You can find the logo at www.typography-museum.gr/logos.pdf
5) The results of the competition will be announced at the awards ceremony, to be be hosted in the amphitheater of the "Museum of Typography". After the ceremony, the results will be announced in the newspaper "Haniotika Nea", at www.haniotika-nea.gr, on the website of the "Museum of Typography" www.typography-museum.gr and on the official page of the "Museum of Typography" on facebook www. Μουσείο Τυπογραφίας / Museum of Typography.

Copyrights

  1. By participating in the competition, the creators declare that the data used to create their work is original and does not include the copyrights of third parties.
  2. The creators of the three works that will be awarded declare that they do not retain any property rights in the works they will deliver.
  3. The Museum of Typography of Giannis and Eleni Garedaki will be free to re-use freely, for any purpose and in any way, original or adapted, whole or part of the material sent by the 30 creators who receive awards.
  4. Participation in the competition automatically implies acceptance of the terms of this notice.

Live streaming on the 17th May, for the International Museum Day (18th May 2023), with the topic set by ICOM "Museums, Sustainability & Quality of Life".

(Available only in Greek)

The announcement of the Museum of Typography "Yannis & Eleni Garedakis" for the winners of the 7th International Poster Contest winners and the 32 works exhibited in the Museum for at least one year:

 

Video of the Awards Ceremony, for the 7th International Poster Contest, on the 13th of May 2023. An offer by the Museum of Typography, due to the limited seats at the Museum Amphitheater.

The Museum of Typography by Yiannis and Eleni Garedakis announces the 7th International Poster Contest, titled “Planet Earth at the ecological crossroad”.

The 32 creators of this year's selected posters are:

Apostolidis Dimitris (GREECE), Cho Yunni (SWITZERLAND), Douranou Kalomoira (GREECE), Epps Jahorace (USA), Eremeev Ivan (RUSSIA), Erfani Ali (IRAN), Evangelou Katerina (CYPRUS), Feng Xichen (CHINA), Hu Kaifu (CHINA), Huo Wenjie (CHINA), Khamzaev Jamoliddin (UZBEKISTAN), Kiriazis Giannis (GREECE), Kozub Rozalia (POLAND), Lee Chia Hsiang (TAIWAN), Lubkina Yulia (RUSSIA), Ma Jie (CHINA), McDuffie Trinity (US), Mikhailov Konstantin (CYPRUS), Murko Valeriia (UKRAINE) , Niktaris Gabriel (GREECE), Pantoleon Emmanuel (GREECE), Scott Pirie Harvey (UK), Sereti Evelina (GREECE), Stanton Tin (UK), Starovoytova Anna (RUSSIA), Stettler Andreas (SWITZERLAND), Wang YuSheng (CHINA), Wei Qiang (CHINA), Wu Guo Rong (TAIWAN), Xiao Zhen Zheng (TAIWAN), Xindi Gao (CHINA), Yau Man Ki Katie (HONG KONG)

As always, the selected 32 posters will be exhibited in the amphitheater of our museum for at least one year! The final 3 winners will be announced during the awards ceremony, on Saturday, 13th May 2023.

"Planet Earth at the ecological crossroad"

At the peak of the climate crisis, the message of environmental awareness is required to reach as many of us as possible. The poster as “messenger” plays its own part in this global effort to save the planet.

The contest will take place from Monday, 7 November 2022 until Friday, 10 March 2023.

The poster should be accompanied by a short explanatory text explaining its content and purpose. The invitation mainly concerns professionals and students of graphic and visual arts.

The 30 posters selected by the jury (the members of which will be announced soon) will receive honorary distinctions and the first three will receive significant cash prizes.

2.000 euros the first winner

1.500 euros the second winner

1.000 euros the third winner

These posters will be presented in an exhibition that will be hosted in the amphitheater of the Museum of Typography for a year, until the next competition.

The awarding of prizes and distinctions will take place on Saturday, 13 May, 2023, in the amphitheater of the Museum of Typography, at the Park of Small Industries of Chania, Souda, Crete.

* The poster accompanying the announcement of the contest is Ksenia Auburn's participation in the 6th Poster Contest by the Museum of Typography.

Terms of participation

1) Those interested should send their work from Monday 7 November 2022 to Friday 10 March 2023 to the email: typography.poster@gmail.com. The poster should be accompanied by the entry form and a short description of the project (up to 100 words). The name of both files should be the name of the contestants.

The details of the participation form are:

First Name:

Last Name:

e-mail:

Country:

City:

Address:

Telephone number (with country code)

Short Description (in English): [max 100 words]

2) The dimensions should be 50 × 70 cm PDF, CMYK, image at 200 ppi and should not exceed 25 MB. Otherwise the files should be sent by wetransfer. It is necessary to attach a poster file in jpg format in low resolution up to 1 MB, for web use.

3) Each participant can submit only one, original project, which has not participated in another competition. The employees of "Haniotika Nea" SA and the "Museum of Typography by Giannis & Eleni Garedaki" are excluded from the competition.

4) The poster must bear the museum logo, either in greek or english. You can find the logo at www.typography-museum.gr/logos.pdf

5) The results of the competition will be announced at the award ceremony that will be hosted in the amphitheater of the "Museum of Typography". After the ceremony, the results will be announced in the newspaper "Haniotika Nea", at www.haniotika-nea.gr, on the site of the "Museum of Typography" www.typography-museum.gr and on the official page of the "Museum of Typography" on facebook www. facebook.com/MouseioTypographias.

Copyrights

1. By participating in the competition, the creators declare that the data used to create their work are original and do not include the copyrights of third parties.

2. The creators of the three works that will be awarded declare that they do not retain any property rights in the works they will deliver.

3. The Museum of Typography of Giannis and Eleni Garedaki will be free to re-use freely, for any purpose and in any way, original or adapted, all or part of the material sent by the 30 creators who received awards or honors.

4. Participation in the competition automatically implies acceptance of the terms of this notice.

Connecting typography with photography opens new paths of creation for the Museum of Typography and there were many photographers who responded to the museum's call to organise an exhibition that would artistically capture the special exhibits and the unique atmosphere of the Museum.

The exhibition was hosted at the exhibition space of the Center for Mediterranean Architecture (CMA), in the Grand Arsenal of Chania, from 15 to 31 July 2022 and its visitors had the opportunity to vote for their favourite photo.

About 2,000 exhibition visitors participated in the voting.

The photographers whose works stood out in a public vote at the exhibition: "The power of the image" were honoured with symbolic awards on the evening of Monday, August 1, 2022, at an event in the amphitheater of the Museum of Typography by Yannis and Eleni Garedaki.

All the photographers who participated in the exhibition received honorary distinctions.

The 1st prize was awarded to Michalis Polychronakis by the founder and chaiman of the Museum of Typography, Yiannis Garedakis.

The 2nd prize was awarded to Stella Manioudaki.

And the 3rd prize was awarded to Nikos Kampianakis.

The photographers (professional and amateurs) who responded to the call of the Museum of Typography and participate in the exhibition are (in alphabetical order): Alexandros Angelopoulos, Artemis Archontaki, Magdalene Vogiatzi, Josephine Georgoulis, Areti Giannikaki, Kostas Glentousakis, Vassilis Daskalakis, Sofia Doulaveri, Aspa Theochari, Irini Kalaitzaki, Michael Kalaitzakis, Nikos Kaloterakis, Nikos Kabianakis, Nikos Kateroudakis, Chrysanthi Koulieraki, Dimitra Koufaki, Mathios Makaronas, Elena Manataki, Stella Manioudaki, Ioannis Markogiannakis, Charalampos Maroulakis, Vangelis Oikonomopoulos, Chrysa Orphanoudaki Kapagioridou, Pavlos Bouzakis, Antonis Papagiannakis, Michalis Polychronakis, Dimitris Ramoutsakis, Stratos Solanakis, George Stefanakis, Ioannis Tsivourakis, Alexandra Hatzidakis.

Photographs that capture the special exhibits and the unique atmosphere of the Museum of Typography, are presented in the exhibition "The power of the image – An exhibition for the Museum of Typography” which will be hosted from 15 – 31 July 2022 at the exhibition space of CMA, Great Arsenal, in the heart of the Venetian harbour of Chania.

Opening hours: 10:00 - 13:00 & 19:00 - 23:00.

As part of the exhibition, visitors will have the opportunity to vote for their favourite photo, and three symbolic awards will be given to the ones that stand out. The winners will be announced on the last day of the exhibition.

The photographers (professional and amateurs) who responded to the call of the Museum of Typography and participate in the exhibition are (in alphabetical order):

Alexandros Angelopoulos, Artemis Archontaki, Magdalene Vogiatzi, Josephine Georgoulis, Areti Giannikaki, Kostas Glentousakis, Vassilis Daskalakis, Sofia Doulaveri, Aspa Theochari, Irini Kalaitzaki, Michael Kalaitzakis, Nikos Kaloterakis, Nikos Kabianakis, Nikos Kateroudakis, Chrysanthi Koulieraki, Dimitra Koufaki, Mathios Makaronas, Elena Manataki, Stella Manioudaki, Ioannis Markogiannakis, Charalampos Maroulakis, Vangelis Oikonomopoulos, Chrysa Orphanoudaki Kapagioridou, Pavlos Bouzakis, Antonis Papagiannakis, Michalis Polychronakis, Dimitris Ramoutsakis, Stratos Solanakis, George Stefanakis, Ioannis Tsivourakis, Alexandra Hatzidakis.

The exhibition is organized by the Museum of Typography and the newspaper "Haniotika nea".