TiP, an online magazine that explores the latest thinking across architecture, art and science, just launched a competition which encourages all to push forward your agenda and have your ideas reach the world. If you have a fascinating issue you would like to investigate or have been working on some exciting research in architecture, design, art or science, enter our competition to be in with the chance of having your work published exclusively on TiP. All of the articles will be judged by a panel including TiP’s Editor in Chief, Sarah Gormley, and members from Balmond Studio in London. The submission deadline is September 10. More information after the break.
They're looking for articles no more than 600 words. You can pick any topic providing it is within the disciplines of architecture, art and science. The article can be in the form of an interview (written or podcast), essay, photo-essay or special report and may include images. They will then select one Grand Winner and Three Runner Up winners. All of the winners will have their work published in a forthcoming issue of TiP and receive a signed copy of Cecil Bamond’s new book, Crossover.
In order to qualify to enter the competition you have to visit here, and subscribe to their monthly newsletter. TiP is produced and curated by Cecil Balmond's office, Balmond Studio.