Get Out the Vote Poster Design Competition
October 2, 2020
Get Out the Vote poster design competition is powered by Graphics Group, a Drexel University student organization, and open to all Westphal College of Media Arts & Design students! The goal of this nonpartisan, apolitical poster design competition is to unite Drexel Westphal students under a noble cause, highlight the power of design in civic action, and encourage the Drexel community to vote.
Poster submissions will be reviewed by a panel of distinguished Westphal College faculty. First, second and third place winners and honorable mentions will be chosen and announce on this webpage after the submission deadline.
If you are interested in taking part in the Get Out the Vote poster design competition, we have a preformatted Illustrator file you can use as a starting point. Click to download.
Poster Submission Guidelines
- Posters must be 16x20 inches.
- Posters must be designed using the preformatted starter file. Click to download preformatted Illustrator starter file.
- The final submission must be a PDF file under 100 MB.
- Poster must be nonpartisan and apolitical (without political content or bias).
- Submit your poster using the poster submission link.
IMPORTANT: By submitting a poster, you certify that you created or have ownership of the work—including the right to distribute stock images and fonts used in your design. You retain the copyright and agree to distribute under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. You grant to Graphics Group and the Drexel University Westphal of Media Arts & Design the right to use accepted work for reproduction in posters for the Get Out the Vote initiative; in publications; in social media; on its website and partner websites; and for educational and noncommercial promotional purposes.
Due Date for Submissions
For voting information and resources, visit Drexel Votes.
"Power" by Teryn Rose (Graphic Design, Class of 2022)
"In People We Trust," by An Bui (Graphic Design, Class of 2021)
"Your Vote Matters" by Aaron Monro (Graphic Design, Class of 2022)
"Unity" by Meghan Hricak (Graphic Design, Class of 2021)
"Individuals Make Movements" by Isabel Kokko (Graphic Design, Class of 2023)
"2020: Get Out the Vote!" by Blair Allen (Graphic Design, Class of 2022)