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johnmartz:

For the third consecutive year I designed the poster for the National Cartoonist Society Foundation’s Jay Kennedy Scholarship for Cartooning.
The deadline is fast approaching — applications must be postmarked by December 15th, 2012. Any North American student who will be in their junior or senior year of college or university during the 2013-2014 academic year is eligible. You do not have to be an art major. More information at www.cartoonistfoundation.org

This is a great opportunity for any student who draws comics, does animation, or dabbles in any sort of cartooning. Only a few days left to get your application in the mail!

johnmartz:

For the third consecutive year I designed the poster for the National Cartoonist Society Foundation’s Jay Kennedy Scholarship for Cartooning.

The deadline is fast approaching — applications must be postmarked by December 15th, 2012. Any North American student who will be in their junior or senior year of college or university during the 2013-2014 academic year is eligible. You do not have to be an art major. More information at www.cartoonistfoundation.org

This is a great opportunity for any student who draws comics, does animation, or dabbles in any sort of cartooning. Only a few days left to get your application in the mail!

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Students! You have just under a month to get your applications in for the Jay Kennedy cartooning scholarship. This is a great opportunity to not only help pay for your education, but to meet and be celebrated by the NCS at their annual Reuben Awards party weekend.
johnmartz:

For the second year in a row, I had the honour of creating the poster for the Jay Kennedy Memorial Scholarship.
Awarded by the National Cartoonists Society Foundation, the scholarship gives $5000 to a promising student cartoonist every year. The scholarship is open to any student in the US, Canada and Mexico, and you do not need to be an art student.
More information is available at the NCSF website, and I encourage all students with cartooning in their blood to apply.
You can see the poster I did for last year’s scholarship.
EDIT: Here’s a high-res printable PDF of this year’s poster if you want to print it out for your school or comic shop.

Students! You have just under a month to get your applications in for the Jay Kennedy cartooning scholarship. This is a great opportunity to not only help pay for your education, but to meet and be celebrated by the NCS at their annual Reuben Awards party weekend.

johnmartz:

For the second year in a row, I had the honour of creating the poster for the Jay Kennedy Memorial Scholarship.

Awarded by the National Cartoonists Society Foundation, the scholarship gives $5000 to a promising student cartoonist every year. The scholarship is open to any student in the US, Canada and Mexico, and you do not need to be an art student.

More information is available at the NCSF website, and I encourage all students with cartooning in their blood to apply.

You can see the poster I did for last year’s scholarship.

EDIT: Here’s a high-res printable PDF of this year’s poster if you want to print it out for your school or comic shop.

(via johnmartz)

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johnmartz:

For the second year in a row, I had the honour of creating the poster for the Jay Kennedy Memorial Scholarship.
Awarded by the National Cartoonists Society Foundation, the scholarship gives $5000 to a promising student cartoonist every year. The scholarship is open to any student in the US, Canada and Mexico, and you do not need to be an art student.
More information is available at the NCSF website, and I encourage all students with cartooning in their blood to apply.
You can see the poster I did for last year’s scholarship.
EDIT: Here’s a high-res printable PDF of this year’s poster if you want to print it out for your school or comic shop.

johnmartz:

For the second year in a row, I had the honour of creating the poster for the Jay Kennedy Memorial Scholarship.

Awarded by the National Cartoonists Society Foundation, the scholarship gives $5000 to a promising student cartoonist every year. The scholarship is open to any student in the US, Canada and Mexico, and you do not need to be an art student.

More information is available at the NCSF website, and I encourage all students with cartooning in their blood to apply.

You can see the poster I did for last year’s scholarship.

EDIT: Here’s a high-res printable PDF of this year’s poster if you want to print it out for your school or comic shop.

(via johnmartz)

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Attention all cartoonists and illustrators! The deadline for the National Cartoonists Society’s annual division awards fast approaches.
Submissions are open to anyone, there is no fee, and you are even encouraged to submit the work of others.
Categories include newspaper illustration, gag cartoons, greeting cards, comic strips, magazine illustration, book illustration, editorial cartooning, advertising illustration, comic books, graphic novels, and animation.
I encourage everyone to submit; the annual awards weekends are fun events, with parties, presentations, and schmoozing with a who’s who of cartooning. The deadline is February 6. Visit the NCS’s site for full details.

Attention all cartoonists and illustrators! The deadline for the National Cartoonists Society’s annual division awards fast approaches.

Submissions are open to anyone, there is no fee, and you are even encouraged to submit the work of others.

Categories include newspaper illustration, gag cartoons, greeting cards, comic strips, magazine illustration, book illustration, editorial cartooning, advertising illustration, comic books, graphic novels, and animation.

I encourage everyone to submit; the annual awards weekends are fun events, with parties, presentations, and schmoozing with a who’s who of cartooning. The deadline is February 6. Visit the NCS’s site for full details.

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A quick reminder to all students — the December 15 deadline for the $5000 Jay Kennedy Scholarship is fast approaching.
The scholarship is available to all North American students who draw cartoons or comics regardless of your school or field of study. Visit the National Cartoonists Society Foundation for more details.

A quick reminder to all students — the December 15 deadline for the $5000 Jay Kennedy Scholarship is fast approaching.

The scholarship is available to all North American students who draw cartoons or comics regardless of your school or field of study. Visit the National Cartoonists Society Foundation for more details.