The 2D3D Competition has a total of five categories that you can submit artwork to, which include: Visual Arts, Design, Digital Arts, Craft, and Interdisciplinary. Those categories include 14 subcategories, or more specifically art and design disciplines.
You can only submit artwork to one category. For example, if you choose the Visual Arts category, then you can submit up to four JPEG files of drawings, paintings, prints, or sculptures. The same applies to the other categories as well. However, please note that if you submit artwork to the Digital Arts category that you may only choose to upload work for one of those subcategories (Animation, Illustration, Photography, or Video/Film) as different upload procedures apply to each.
We wanted to keep it simple and have made the upload requirements the same for most of the disciplines. With the exception of Animation and Video/Film, all other disciplines allow that you upload 1-4 JPEG files of your work.
If your work fits into more than one category, it may make more sense for you to enter in the Interdisciplinary category. Please note, however, that animation and video/film entries must be entered through the Digital Arts category, because of specific upload requirements.
Please note that you must register for the contest and submit your artwork at the same time.
Entry requirements do allow participants to work together on projects. See the "Collaborative Projects" section on the Competition Guidelines page to learn more about how prizes are structured when there is more than one participant working together on one or more entries. For collaborative projects, the Participation Agreement and Release Form must be completed and uploaded to the registration form.
Unless you're submitting content for the Animation or Video/Film category (see below), you will be required to upload images of your artwork using our artwork upload feature.
You can submit up to four JPEG files via the online upload tool. Here are some scenarios you may want to consider.
The last day to enter was February 10, 2017.
Up to four works of art
representing any of the
above art disciplines.