July 27, 2012

You read that right, you can get your work featured in Adweek’s August 20th issue as well as in Adweek.com!

Here’s how you do it:

We’re partnering with Adweek to present the Adweek Talent 100 which showcases the best 100 pieces of work entered onto the Adweek Talent Gallery.

All you need to do is load up your most impressive work onto the online gallery before next Friday, August 3rd.

(With categories ranging from Art Direction to Copywriting to UI Designer to Street Art, surely you’ve got something great to add, right?)

Then, if you’re one of the chosen 100, that’ll be you buying every single copy of Adweek from your neighborhood newsstand and sending them to your parents, siblings, and every creative director in North America.

Wow, we can say we knew you when (or we didn’t, but we should have).

If you’re looking for amazing exposure for your creative work, you’ve got to make this a priority. The final gallery last year got over 1.5 million pageviews last year!

Remember, next Friday, August 3rd is the last day to put up your pieces.

Once you’re registered you can vote on other creatives’ work and also promote your work on all the social media networks.

Oh, and don’t forget us once you’re famous.

Good luck!

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