Flip Book Competition
The Napa Flip Book Competition 2016 is an international competition of flip book animations.
DEADLINE: November 1st, 2016 (Postmark date)
The award: The winning entry will receive a 400 EUR prize and will be published by Napa Books. We also choose a winner in the kids category (under 17 years), who will receive a book prize. A jury consisting of Finnish artists and illustrators will choose the winning pieces. We will contact all the participants in one months time.
How to make your competition entry: The animated flip book should consist of 70 images. Napa has printed empty flip books you can use as a basis for your entry - and they can be bought here. But you can just aswell make the flip yourself, with the advice below.
-Flip book will consist of 70 pictures
-Size 85 x 55 mm (horizontal)
-Colours: B/W inside pages, cover 4 colours
-Bound the book tightly (with a rubber band or a binder clip)
Fee: We are collecting a participation fee (10 euros), so we can send your original works back to you. Send the money in cash with your entry, or make a Paypal payment to email@example.com (and include the receipt of your payment with your entry). If you are sending more than one entry, or taking part as a school group, you need to pay only once (up to 16 flipbooks)
Sending your work to the competition: Be sure to include your name, age, address and e-mail IN THE BACK of
your flipbook! Please do not write them on a separate piece of paper that might get lost. Note that your envelope should be less than 2cm thick.
Send your work to:
Napa Flip Book Competition
Otavantie 3 c 99
Previous Napa Flip Book Competition winners:
Katja Ronkanen: Spicing things up (FIN), 2015
Giada Ganassin: You are cute (IT), 2013
Laura Geurten: It's just a phase you're going through (BE), 2012
Terhi Ekebom: Sweet Home (FIN), 2011
Joost Stokhof: Sixty seconds of fame (NL), 2nd prize, 2011
Samuli Otto-Henrik Saarinen: Hyrsky (FIN), 2010
Renaud Perrin: Volcano (FRA), 2009
Stine Illum: Friends (DK), 2008
Elina Minn: Pyjama Infinity (FIN) 2nd prize, 2008