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Deadline is EXTENDED!  Designers from around the world will have more time to create fresh, new, original reggae poster designs for our 2015 collection. This contest is a search for 100 of the most striking reggae posters, capturing the essence of reggae music and culture.

The posters should exemplify the essence of the positive messages of Reggae music and our grand vision: Towards a Reggae Hall of Fame, Celebrating Great Jamaican Music. The contest also acknowledges the rich legacy of the historic music program at the Alpha Boys’ School in Kingston, Jamaica.

For the IRPC, Reggae is an umbrella term, signifying all the genres of Jamaican popular music: Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae, Dub, Dancehall and the unique Jamaican Sound System. Please feel free to design around any of the music forms mentioned.

Entries should be completed and uploaded by November 30, 2015. (EXTENDED).

Participants may submit their entries, starting now, at our website.
Before you submit, please read: “How to Take Part“.

Theme of the contest: Toward a Reggae Hall of Fame: Celebrating Great Jamaican Music.

ENTRY PERIOD: July 15, 2015 (12am EST time) to November, 30, 2015 (12am EST time). (EXTENDED).

• The Forth International Reggae Poster Contest 2015 is open to designers all over the world.
• Posters may be designed by a single artist or by a team.
• Designers are allowed to submit any number of original posters.
• Posters should be original artworks and should not have been published in prints, internet, social media etc.

Posters requirements:
Posters should be submitted in vertical format.
JPG files, 1417×1984 pixels at a resolution of 72 dpi saved in RGB color space.

There is no entry fee.

International Reggae Poster Contest 2015 will reward the best 100 designs by including them in various exhibitions to be curated globally. A book with all 100 posters will be published.

The three top winners (1st, 2nd, 3rd place) will receive the grand prize awards, with more amazing prizes to be announced later, including lots of great reggae music..

For more information, please visit the IRPC website at: