Before proceeding with your online registration, please make sure of the following:

You have all your personal contact details to hand
You have your images saved in .jpg format;
    cropped to between 1000 and 2000 pixels wide;
    and no more than 5mb in size;
    Titles should be entered exactly as you want them to appear in the catalogue.
    The file name MUST be in the following format:
    surname_title.jpg - If the title is very long please abbreviate it.
    The file name should NOT contain any SPACES i.e: oliver-trees.jpg
You have one of the cards listed below for payment: £15 for a maximum 4 images
You have read and agree to abide by the neo:printprize Terms & Conditions

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Registration is a 3-stage process:

1.  Registering your details
2.  Payment of the appropriate fee
3.  Uploading your images

Images will be uploaded on your return from PayPal, so it's recommended that you have your images already cropped to the correct size; in the correct format; and saved on your PC, before beginning the process.

If you have any questions about this process (that are not covered in the T&C's), or if you have any problems whatsoever uploading your images, then please contact neo:printprize.

Please note:

In accordance with EU distance selling regulations, the registration fee covers the cost of administering your application, therefore all fees are non-refundable. Please consider this before applying.

Payment details:

For your added security, all fees are processed via Paypal.

Conditions of entry:

I have read and agree to abide by the neo:printprize2014 Terms & Conditions

I accept that neo:artists are not liable in any way for any loss or damage to my work

I am strongly advised to take out commercial insurance to cover my work in transit (both-ways); at the depots; throughout the judging process; and for the exhibition itself

If selected, I agree to the reproduction of my work (at no fee) in connection with the exhibition (this includes all publicity and may include an exhibition catalogue and postcards)