THE VISIONARY 2020 - The It list

FOR A YOUNG STYLIST OR COLOURIST WHO IS PUSHING CREATIVE BOUNDARIES


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Download The Visionary 2020 category criteria, rules and entry form (3-page PDF) 
Download the The It List 2020 full entry pack (all categories) (10-page PDF)

WHAT WE NEED – FOR THE JUDGES
To enter The Visionary you must submit EITHER a set of prints OR a video

PRINT OPTION – 8x IMAGES
(PORTRAIT 10” x 8”) PLUS A MISSION STATEMENT
Submit 8x portrait-shaped 10” x 8” unmounted photographic prints. The images can be from a single collection or from a selection of projects, but together they should represent your unique vision and skills.

Separately, on a sheet of A4 paper (one side), describe yourself, what inspires your vision and your approach to creative work.

VIDEO OPTION – YOUR SHOW REEL WITH COMMENTARY (MAX 2 MINS)
Submit a short film demonstrating your unique vision and skill. Your film can comprise a variety of your work and projects but it must also include commentary from you about the kind of artist you are, what inspires your vision and your approach to creative work.

ALSO REQUIRED – FOR CREATIVE HEAD USE ONLY
• Entry form – completed and signed by the entrant. Download copies at creativeheadmag.com/theitlist. Photocopies accepted
• Proof of age – include a printed copy of the picture page of your passport – you must be aged 30 or under at the closing date of 10 June
• A USB containing a selection of images – one photo of you plus EITHER the 8x images as supplied (print option) OR 8x images that represent your work (video option). Imagery must be minimum 300dpi and must be approved for use by Creative HEAD, should you reach the finals


TAKE NOTE!
• All hair work must have been carried out by you, and you alone
• You may submit previously published work
• Print option: images must be provided as 10” x 8” portrait, unmounted prints – please write your name on the reverse of each print
• Video option: show reel must be no longer than 2 minutes and supplied on a clearly labelled USB device in either .mov or .mp4 file format. Smart phone recordings are fine! Judges will view videos on a tablet or laptop