1. Participation

All persons 18 years of age and older are eligible to participate in this international contest. Participants declare to agree to the terms and conditions of the regulations, and the decisions of the juries. Belgian law governing withholding tax on prizes won by foreign participants applies. Participation is free of charge.

2. Definition

A cartoon is a humorous drawing. This includes a caricature of a famous person, a parody of a real situation or simply an image of a funny situation. The cartoon can consist of one image or take the form of a short comic strip. The cartoon can be static (drawn) or moving (animated using a computer).

3. Theme

Buses in Brussels

4. Submissions

Drawn cartoons, maximum 5 submissions. The cartoons may not contain text. They may not have been exhibited or awarded in any country. Drawings should be sent digitally and submitted by uploading them on the global mobility website. Exceptionally they can be delivered by WeTransfer or by post.

5. Registration form

Participation is valid only if your date of birth has been filled in and the form has been signed. The back of each cartoon must indicate: last name, first name.
Submission is at the expense of the participants.

6. Ownership rights

By participating, participants grant the organising body the right to use their submissions as advertising for the "Global Mobility Cartoon Contest" (e.g. as cartoon book, catalogue, advertising in the press and other media, separate promotional printed works such as posters, leaflets etc., promotional gifts by the city council and/or photo festival organisation, calendar).

7. Jury

An international jury will make a selection from the entries for the exhibition, and will select the prize winners.

8. Visibility of the contest

All participants can visit the virtual exhibition free of charge upon presentation of their proof of participation.

9. Ownership by organising body

All submitted works become the property of the organising body.

10. Cartoon Book

In collaboration with Busworld INTL, a cartoon book will be published, subject to budgetary and technical constraints. Selected participants will be entitled to one copy.