Out with November’s Sandy-themed brief, in with December’s as the folks behind the 30-and-under creative competition, Young Glory, have revealed details of this month’s installment, which features Jim Riswold as judge and jury. Riswold, who has taken on a new career as a contemporary artist (or “fake artist” as he puts it) in recent years, is perhaps best known from his days at W+K (he was Dan Wieden’s first copywriter) as the creative force behind classic Nike campaigns including the Spike Lee/Mars Blackmon work and “Bo Knows.”
Well, it’s now the noted former adman’s turn to send out his Young Glory brief. According to Riswold himself, he’s “never been one for long briefs,” so his simply states, “Islam has an image problem… Fix it… With a poster.” You can read the rest of his note to you the Young Glory entrants here, view round 1 student winners here and professional winners here. You have til the end of the month, contestants, have at it.