“Art on Climate” International Illustration Competition 2024

The “Art on Climate” International Illustration Competition is open for entries from skilled illustrators who focus on the theme of climate change. The competition aims to facilitate the exchange of innovative ideas and practical solutions for countering climate change. It aspires to inspire the public to implement habits that help meet the global challenge in an active response.

“Art on Climate” International Illustration Competition

Competition Details

The “Art on Climate” competition is a worldwide illustration contest aimed at promoting effective approaches for combating climate change, organized by Fingertips Company Limited and sponsored by Allianz Global Investors (AllianzGI). Originally launched in Spain in 2019, the competition has since expanded to the Asia-Pacific region in 2021 and has now gone global in 2022. This year, the competition has seen a great response, with over 1,600 illustrators from more than 100 locations submitting over 2,800 artworks. The competition aims to generate more awareness and inspire people to take action against climate change by inviting both established illustrators and aspiring students to display their skills and creativity.

AllianzGI has been a leader in sustainable investment for more than two decades, with sustainability at the core of its mission and decision-making. As signatories of the UN PRI since 2007, AllianzGI seeks investments that align with sustainability principles and address global challenges. Through their sustainability efforts, they aspire to drive positive change in finance and create lasting value for their clients and society. In line with the objectives of the 2024 competition, AllianzGI invites everyone to work together towards shaping a better future.

Competition Theme

The “Art on Climate” competition calls for entries of original works that address the theme of climate change. Participants are encouraged to draw inspiration from one or more of the following topics:

  • Building resilient communities for climate change: To prepare for the impacts of climate change and its risks, it’s essential to empower communities to adapt and withstand these challenges. Creating resilient communities will not only help deal with immediate impacts but also help to navigate future uncertainty.
  • Defining planetary boundaries: To ensure the continued stability and health of our planet, it’s imperative to define environmental limits within which humanity must operate. By recognizing and honoring these limits, we can make conscientious decisions to avoid causing permanent harm to ecosystems and the climate.
  • Fostering inclusive capitalism: By placing equal emphasis on both financial returns and social impact, inclusive capitalism seeks to create just, sustainable societies. Prioritizing long-term value creation, environmental sustainability, and social responsibility encourages businesses and investors to be more socially responsible. Embracing inclusive capitalism can help foster a fairer, more inclusive future.
  • Embracing innovative solutions with technology: Addressing the challenges posed by climate change requires technological innovation at a pivotal role. With the help of advanced technology, we can inspire others to proactively make a change and implement sustainable practices that play a vital role in shaping a better future.
  • Combating climate change with collective action: To mitigate climate change and create a sustainable future, it is necessary to bring together individuals, communities, businesses, governments, and international organizations in collective action. By changing our lifestyles, sharing knowledge and resources, and embracing sustainable practices, we can drive transformative changes towards a more sustainable future.


  • Champion: €2,000 prize and e-certificate
  • 1st runner-up: €1,500 prize and e-certificate
  • 2nd runner-up: €1,000 prize and e-certificate
  • Merit: €150 prize and e-certificate
  • The Champion, 1st runner-up, 2nd runner-up, and Merit winners will receive customized award certificates via email.
  • The winning artworks, as well as selected other works, will be showcased in a virtual exhibition.
  • A total of 53 winning artworks will be selected using a 100-point scale for judging.
  • The artworks with the top three highest scores will be categorized as Champion, 1st runner-up, and 2nd runner-up, while the other 50 selected artworks will be acknowledged as Merit winners.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Any location can participate in the competition.
  • To participate, individuals must be 18 years of age or older, with the cut-off date set as 19 May 2024.

Artwork Specifications

  • Artwork must be original and relevant to the competition’s theme, submitted individually by participants.
  • Each participant can submit a maximum of three artworks.
  • The submitted artworks must not have been previously published, used for any other purpose, awarded, or currently participating in other competitions.
  • Artworks should not include any participant identification such as signatures, words, symbols, or pictures.
  • The artwork must be in a flat, colored image format.
  • Participants can use any medium except for artworks generated by artificial intelligence, photographs, or clip art.
  • The size of the artwork should be A3 (297mm x 420mm) in horizontal or vertical format.
  • Artworks must be uploaded in JPG format with a resolution of at least 300 dpi, and the total file size should not exceed 10MB.
  • Each artwork should be accompanied by a brief description of 30-100 words.

How to Apply

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For More Information visit the Official website of the   “Art on Climate” International Illustration Competition.

Application Deadline

July 31 2024.

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