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We’re excited to open up The 100 Project : 2019 to an all new group of community creatives and if you’re looking to have your work published in this years edition, then you’re in the right place.

The project will see the original works of 100 community creatives published in a printed, perfect bound book. This year, we are leaving the submission open from October 18th until End-of-Day October 20th and will randomly draw out 100 entries. 

If you are looking to get involved and have your Toy Photography published, then they are a few things you need to be aware of :

  • You’ll need to disclose a publishable name
  • You’ll need to disclose a published social media handle
  • You’ll need to put together a Short personal bio, explantation of your Original shot, two archival images, a profile image and a list of figure’s you’ve used in your material.
  • You’ll have 2 Weeks to compile all of the above – Date period to be announced.

If you are prepared to undertake this then please use the Sign-Up Form below and we wish you the very best of luck!

PLEASE NOTE : This sign-up is only open to those who DID NOT FEATURE in 2018’s edition of The 100 Project so if you took part last year, then please don’t use the sign-up form as you wont be drawn as we look to offer this opportunity to a new group of creatives.


To note :
If any of the 100 selected creatives has to withdraw from the project, we will return to the submission form pool and randomly draw a replacement entry so please monitor your emails used in your sign-up. The books will be sold through our digital storefront with international shipping available.

Please wait to find out if you have been randomly drawn as one of the 100 participants of the project before compiling a full submission. The primary image you submit will need to be made exclusively for the publication. If you have any further questions then please reach out and we’ll be happy to help.

Your email will be used as the primary method of contacting you should you be one of the entrants randomly drawn to take part in The 100 Project 2019.

Last modified: October 21, 2019

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