A Smoke FREE World

Saturday, June 26, 2010 jeffrey siy 0 Comments

Here is a great homework for your kids or students. Ask them to create a drawing or painting that promotes a Smoke FREE World. Let them express through art the harmful effects of smoking so that they may learn at an early age how destructive the bad habit really is. The best artworks will be awarded CASH prizes and 1 year Inquirer subscriptions.

Poster Making Contest


Contest Requirements:
  • Kids with ages 7 to 12 years old
Contest Mechanics:
  1. Create a drawing or painting that strongly opposes the habit of smoking
  2. Drawing Guidelines
    • You may use traditional media like paint, pencil, pen, crayons, oil, etc.
    • You may use digital media using photo editing software like Photoshop or Corel Draw
    • Should have a slogan promoting anti-smoking
    • Placed on a 1/8 size of an illustration board with a half an inch border on all sides
  3. Include your personal details at the back of the illustration board
    • Name(s) of the kid(s)
    • Age
    • School
    • Complete Home Address
    • Contact numbers
  4. Send entries via mail at
    • Junior Inquirer
      Philippine Daily Inquirer Building
      1098 Chino Roces Ave. cor. Mascardo and Yague Sts,
      Makati City, Philippines
  5. Judging Criteria
    • 60% Anti-smoking Relevance
    • 40% Artistic Execution
  6. Entries may be submitted as an individual or group with a maximum of 3 members per group
  7. Only a maximum of 3 entries is allowed
  8. View complete contest mechanics
Contest Period: May 2 - July 25, 2010

Contest Prize:

  • Grand prize winner - P5,000 CASH + 1 year subscription of the Philippine Daily Inquirer for their school
  • First runner-up - P3,000 CASH + 1 year subscription of the Philippine Daily Inquirer for their school
  • Second runner-up - P2,000 CASH + 1 year subscription of the Philippine Daily Inquirer for their school
  • 12 finalists - consolation prizes courtesy of the National Bookstore Foundation

Upside:
  • Promote a smoke FREE world at an early onset
Downside:
  • Long contest period
  • "All submitted entries shall become a property of the Philippine Daily Inquirer"
For more information, log on to misc3.inquirer.net/asmokefreeworld/prizes.htm