3. International Student Poster Competition, Skopje 2010
26 November-06 December 2010
City Museum


PLAKART in partnership with City Museum announces the Third International Student Poster Competition, Skopje 2010.The project was supported by Ministry of Culture and Skopje City as well as traditionally by the Warsaw Poster Biennale and several external associates – professors from Europe, Israel and Turkey.

The issue

The 2010 competition of the Skopje’s ISPC decided that the main topic should be the problem of Ecology. Climate change, global warming, biodiversity loss, drinking water and sanitation problems, loss of environmental resources, pollution, Kyoto protocol, Copenhagen summit… take an action and step forward. Show your opinion about this enormous problem facing our planet.


The Ecology poster competition is meant to contribute to a graduate awareness raising. Its goal is to bring the ideas together, giving the youth a chance to express their beliefs and thoughts about the world ecology, by creating strong (poster) messages. It will have a direct effect on the society by opening new horizons and giving a strong motivation for the people to work towards a better future. This project should promote the ‘poster’ as a mean of expressing these ideas among the European and world wide youth.

Targeting young talents

We invited graphic design and visual arts students from all over the world to make a poster contribution, to this topic.”Ecologic” will strive for a cultural development of the young people and their social and cultural independence. One of the aspects of this situation is the lack of possibilities for self-actualization, namely achieving their aspiration and life ambitions. The organizer of this competition will continue promoting young artist and their posters around the globe.

This project continues to represents a base of cultural interchange, having made new friendships, realizing the importance of poverty as its major goals. Through the defining of the ideas based on poverty the young spirit should understand its value and realize the common advantages that this concept offers, building a solid grounds for further promotion of Poverty problems on global grounds.

Winners & Honorable

I prize Maryam Khaleghi Yazdi – Iran
1500 euro
II prize Boglarka Nadi – Hungary
1000 euro
III prize Sadbi Aziri – Macedonia
600 euro

Honorable mentions:

Anna Farkas – Hungary
Agnaldo Silva Nascimento – Brazil
Heedae Yun – South Koreaa
Jan Bajtlik – Poland
Nikola Radonjić – Montenegro
Richelle Davidson – USA
Dalin Li – China

Jury members

Prof. Peter Vetter
-Head of the University of Visual Communications, Zurich, Switzerland
Prof. Lech Majewski
-Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Istvan Orosz
-Sopron Faculty of Fine Arts, Hungary

Prof. Nazan Erkmen
-Dean, Faculty of Arts – Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey
Prof. Sergio Olivotti
-Milano Politechnico, Italy
Ivica Spasovski
-Creative Director, McCann Erickson, Skopje