Mobius Awards extends deadline to October 31; 42nd annual awards announced in January 2013

Mobius_statuette.jpgThe 2012 Mobius Awards for advertising has extended its 2012 Call for Entries to October 31, with expanded competition opportunities for commercial photographers and a new category, Branded Content/Entertainment, for general entrants.

Mobius Awards, now in its 42nd year, presents First Place statuettes and Second Place certificates in each medium, plus Student and Spec work certificates. First Place winners compete for the Mobius Grand Prix-Best of Show in the various mediums. Entries in 2011 came from 29 countries.

Entries must have been created, produced, published, marketed, launched, screened or aired or reintroduced from October 1, 2011, through October 1, 2012. Deadline is October 31, 2012. Awards are announced in January 2013.
This year Mobius is expanding the Photography category, with UK image expert and author Lewis Blackwell overseeing the photography judging panels. Blackwell, chief creative officer of Evolve Image, formerly was international creative director for Getty Images. Entries are invited from commercial photographers and their agents or representatives and student photographers.

In addition to Photography, Mobius Awards recognizes excellence in Branded Content/Entertainment, Brochure/Book, Cinema/In-flight, Direct, Integrated Campaign, Logo/Trademark (Brand Identity), New Media, Online, Outdoor/Out-of-Home, Package Design and Redesign, Point-of-Purchase, Print, Radio, Spec Advertising, Student and Television.
Full information about the competition can be found at

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