London International Creative Competition 2019 - LICC

 

London International Creative Competition (LICC)

London International Creative Competition (LICC)

Early Bird Deadline: January 31, 2019
Regular Deadline: March 9, 2019
Final Deadline: March 22, 2019
Entry fee: $40 for professionals, $20 for students and non-professionals
Prizes: $2,000, LICC Trophy, Winners Badges and Certificates

Since starting out in 2006, the London International Creative Competition has been recognising and rewarding the world’s most fresh and progressive talents. Our artists are connected not by conventions, but by qualities. They work across a diverse range of formats, from painting to printmaking and from fashion to photography. We’re not looking for anything done by-the-book. We’re looking for work that is as visual as it is vital.

Categories

  • Website Design
  • Social Media Management
  • Painting
  • Installation Art
  • Video & Film
  • Architecture
  • Application Design
  • Advertising Creative & Campaign
  • Graphic design & Illustrations
  • Photography
  • Fashion & Clothing

We welcome submissions from every corner of the globe, with previous finalists hailing from from Iran to India, from Ecuador to Ireland, and from Italy to the U.S. We don’t care where you’re from; we just care about where you’re going. We want to make this THE year the World learns your name!

Website: https://licc.uk/about/

London International Creative Competition 2017 Finalists

Photography Category

In Bloom
© Bella Kotak
Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, Student Category

In Bloom, © Bella Kotak, Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, Student Category, London International Creative Competition (LICC)
In Bloom
© Bella Kotak

My passion for flowers was born from my passion for photography. To create pictures I would rummage through the bins of my local florist, befriend the sale assistants at a local garage to collect all their discounted flowers, and whenever possible, collect leftover wedding flowers from venues. If I was ever running low on flowers but had an idea in my head bursting to come to life I would then look to the world around me, bushes on the side of the road and in the front gardens of the neighbourhoods I’d drive in would then become my canvas. I began to think of these as little pockets of magic hiding in the everyday. Soon how I looked at the world changed. Even a rainy grey day was beautiful for the softness of the diffused light dancing on luminous wet leaves. There is beauty and magic in the everyday ordinary.

In Bloom, © Bella Kotak, Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, Student Category, London International Creative Competition (LICC)
In Bloom
© Bella Kotak

 

In Bloom, © Bella Kotak, Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, Student Category, London International Creative Competition (LICC)
In Bloom
© Bella Kotak

 

In Bloom, © Bella Kotak, Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, Student Category, London International Creative Competition (LICC)
In Bloom
© Bella Kotak

 

In Bloom, © Bella Kotak, Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, Student Category, London International Creative Competition (LICC)
In Bloom
© Bella Kotak

 

 

Unnatural
© Giorgio Musinu
Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, Student Category

Unnatural, © Giorgio Musinu, Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, Student Category, London International Creative Competition (LICC)
Unnatural
© Giorgio Musinu

In this shot I would like to express my point of view on man and nature in a multifaceted reading of the image by the spectator.

 

 

The State of America
© Todd Bradley
Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, New Talent of The Year in Photography, Student Category

The State of America, © Todd Bradley, Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, New Talent of The Year in Photography, Student Category, London International Creative Competition (LICC)
The State of America
© Todd Bradley

The State of America The American dream as we once knew it is dead. Besides the constant threat of war from North Korea, the US is still racially divided 53 years after the Civil Rights Act was passed. There is a major culture shift happening in our nation with women and men exposing sexual misconduct in the workforce. The Education system is flawed in that students are taught solely how to fit into corporate America as cogs in the machine. Americans are not learning about their rights as citizens. Just as facts are dismissed as fake news and have herded the people of America into a dumbing down of our society. These things and others have caused our role as a super power within the world to change.

The State of America, © Todd Bradley, Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, New Talent of The Year in Photography, Student Category, London International Creative Competition (LICC)
The State of America
© Todd Bradley

 

The State of America, © Todd Bradley, Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, New Talent of The Year in Photography, Student Category, London International Creative Competition (LICC)
The State of America
© Todd Bradley

 

The State of America, © Todd Bradley, Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, New Talent of The Year in Photography, Student Category, London International Creative Competition (LICC)
The State of America
© Todd Bradley

 

The State of America, © Todd Bradley, Shortlist in Photography, Finalists in Photography, New Talent of The Year in Photography, Student Category, London International Creative Competition (LICC)
The State of America
© Todd Bradley

 

 

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