Just a reminder, there's only ten (10) days left to submit work for Killed Ideas. We've gotten some LA submissions but not nearly as many as we expected. C'mon, don't make the flakey LA stereotype hold true. There is great work here, but nobody is going to know about it, unless you submit it. There is already lots of buzz and interest in this book and it's not even printed yet. If you missed my first email about Killed Ideas here's a quick summary.
This is a competition sponsored by Blurb.com which seeks the best 'killed' or 'never produced' ideas in advertising, graphic, industrial, package and interactive design. Basically, any concept-driven ideas that have never been produced for one reason of another. (student and spec work is welcome) Steve Hall, curator, will select the 50 best ideas and we will publish them in a book which gets distributed to top level creatives in the above listed industries. This is Volume One in what will most likely become a yearly series.
Again, here is the website for information and to submit your work:
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