3x3 International Illustration Show No. 20: Student Show
Thanks to all who entered! Winners will be announced 90 days following the deadline of the show. All entrants will receive an announcement of the winners, winners will be also posted on our web site.
- Gérard DuBois, illustrator, Canada
- Gabriele Dünwald, art director, Hohe Luft, Germany
- Elena Giavaldi, art director, Penguin Random House, Italy
- Johanna Goodman, illustrator
- Kathryn Humphries, art director, Harper’s
- Max Löffler, illustrator, Germany
- Sam Whitney, art director, The New York Times
Our Categories Unlike most shows you can select one of these specific categories to enter: Animation, Books, Picture Books, Sci-Fi and Illustration.
Our Prizes Best of Show winner receives a $1,500 cash prize in US dollars. All medalists receive a complimentary subscription to 3x3 Magazine—our tri-annual magazine. All awards will be promoted on our site and on all social media.
The Annual All medal and merit winners will be featured in our full-color, 400+ page Annual and online gallery. All winners receive a free digital edition of the Annual and a 33% discount on purchasing the print edition. The Annual is distributed each December. Art directors receive a free link to our Annual.
Gary Powell Student Award All student winners are finalists for our special student award. The winner receives a $1,000 cash award and a two-page feature in the Annual.
Eligibility Open to all students in all countries for non-commissioned illustration projects produced prior to the show deadline of March 31, 2023. As long as you were enrolled in an art school, college or university in 2022–2023 you are eligible to enter this show. Self-generated projects are accepted as well.
There is no specific theme for this year’s show. All mediums will be considered.
You may also enter your unpublished work in our Professional Show under the Unpublished or Gallery category.
If you have commissioned work, you must enter that work in the applicable category in our Professional Show.