BICeBé 2017 | Exhibition
Cut Once is pleased to announce a project we created to encourage civic participation in the 2016 United States general election has been selected for exhibition in the Biennial of Poster Bolivia BICeBé 2017. Following 6,444 submissions from 71 countries, this exhibit represents a critically shortlisted selection of posters (306 total) intended to provide an international review of the current state of design.
ABOUT OUR PROJECT
Be the Difference was designed to underscore how important every vote is. It was donated to AIGA‘s Get Out the Vote campaign which calls on designers worldwide to use the power of design to motivate the American public to register and turn out to vote in the general election, as well as local elections to come.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
The Biennial of the Poster Bolivia BICeBé® is the most important international event of design and visual communication, as well as the window of Bolivian and Latin American design to the world. BICeBé® today is referenced as an integrator in the region.
Since 2009, BICeBé® promotes design excellence and education guidelines; and for that matter it has worked with the most prestigious education institutions of the country and the world.
The event is held every two years during the month of November; among its goals, the most relevant are: educate, integrate and project the national design to the world. Over 150 international designers have passed through its doors, leaving behind their experiences and skills in the design sphere, thus making the BICeBé® an ideal space for knowledge and cultural exchange as a great design network.
The Biennial initiates its activities with the announcement of its International Poster Call, which is launched with more than one year prior to the event. Each version tries to innovate in its unpublished category, guests and seeks to contribute to the profession in a constructive way.
For further information about BICeBé, please visit: bicebebolivia.com
Be The Difference is an awareness poster that was created to encourage civic participation in the 2016 United States general election by underscoring how important each and every vote is.