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All the participants will only receive the team unique code on completion of the registration process.
All the participants would be using their team code on the top right corner of their sheets, as the name of their submission and wherever requested by the organizer. This code will be their only identification for the process related with this competition.
A team can have up to three members and cannot exceed this number. The participants who desire to participate individually can do so by filling and submitting the details for the team leader.
Teams are welcome to add any new members as long as their total members do not exceed 3. However they are prohibited from swapping or removing any existing member of the team. To do this please send us your request on email@example.com with the details of the new team member along with the team Unique Teamcode.
The participants are only permitted to share their proposal for the competition on social media or any other platform once the winners are revealed officially. Archdais will also publish each submission at this date and will be working with many design platforms to attract publication opportunities.
The participants are requested to submit the files with their unique team code as its name. Follow submission guidelines given in the brief carefully.
We request the participants to send us the queries on firstname.lastname@example.org to get an alternate payment method. We would send you all the possible payment methods.
In case of such a problem we request you to send us your payment receipt to email@example.com with the “unique identification code” as subject matter within two working days of the transaction.
Participants are free to submit multiple entries or projects, but each entry must be registered by a separate email ID. One sheet will have a One project only.
Yes, they are allowed, participants can scan and mail them to us on firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow all the submission guidelines carefully.
Through Promocode participants can avail discount on the competition fee. You can get it from an archdais influencer, or by tagging 5 friends in any recent post of the competition shared on social media handles of @archdais. It is not mandatory for registration.
Minimum 5 Teams or more are eligible for group discount. Write us on email@example.com with number of teams willing to participate in the Competition. Archdais executives will guide you with the procedure.
The participants are requested to submit their work through mail on firstname.lastname@example.org in A2 size sheet in 150 DPI resolution formats. All the submissions will be taken digitally only.
The file size should not exceed more than 8MB.
The participants are required to use an A2 sheet i.e. (594 mm X 420MM), (23.4 X 16.5 inch). The sheets must be composed in Landscape orientation, with the Unique Team Code on the top right corner.
Mars Calling is an International Art Competition and this competition is open for all the Students, Artists, Graphic Designers, Illustrators, Architects, Painters, Teachers, Designers, firms and professionals from all corners of the Earth. Archdais do not reserve any rights on the submitted design proposals.
The sketch or illustration would be judged on: 1. Emotive and experiential feel of illustration. 2. Creative ways of exploring and illustrating the walk 3. Imaginative and unique exploration of the environment 4. Sense of rhythm, scale and proportion in the built form
Fees & Timeline (All the deadlines are 11:59pm IST) 1. Early Registrations (1st November - 19th December , 2020) - Indian Nationals: INR 600 - Foreign Nationals: USD 15 2. Standard Registrations (20th December 2020 - 25th January 2021) - Indian Nationals: INR 1200 - Foreign Nationals: USD 30 3. Late Registrations (26th January - 15th Feb , 2021) - Indian Nationals: INR 1800 - Foreign Nationals: USD 45
Participants are expected to detail out those aspects of habitations, which will help viewers experience the space they are sketching. For example, the idea of openings, textures of materials, or height of built forms are important aspects to evoke one's experience. On the other hand, details of joinery, details of how doors or windows might exactly work or how pavement or roadblocks are fixed to the ground, are not expected from the participants.
Although the competition asks participants to be imaginative and explore their own ideas of the street, it is imperative to keep in mind the basic characteristics of how the Martian climate, atmosphere and physiology might allow us to build. As we do not want participants to go into a detailed research on this, we have given a few pointers in the brief which will need to be kept in mind.
A sketch, even a basic sketch, has the power to move audiences, and temporarily transport one to another planet. We are looking for evocative ideas and expressions of creativity, rather than high-end graphic renders. While imagining a sense of experience in space, participants need to conceive certain aspects of scale, proportion, colours, form, solids, voids, street relationships and so on. A pencil sketch is as much welcome, as a 3D Lumion render in this competition.
Yes, any format that might help evoke an experience on the Red Planet is welcome. Participants may even write a poem to help us imagine what it might feel like to be there.
Please submit any further questions you might have regarding the competition to, email@example.com