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BHO

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Bid Sheet dimensions/ Dummies
« on: 06.07.2012, 18:49:03 »

Hey there!

Since the EF art show data base doesn't seem to be open yet I wanted to ask if there is any way of getting to know the dimensions of this year's bid-sheets? I will be sending in my art to my agent via mail and I'd like to do so at least two weeks in advance, so that we both have enough time to prepare and not to panic. I'd need to know though how much space the bid sheets will take away in the end so I know how much I have left available for the actual art. :)

The size of the sheets has been fluctuating over the years so I thought I'd ask. Do you guys know yet how big they will be? Could you maybe offer us a downloadable dummy or maybe just give as sizes we could work with? That way we could prepare something at home and lay out preliminary panels and see if we have enough space and still can do more art or if our panels are actually full.

A timely answer would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance! :)
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Re: Bid Sheet dimensions/ Dummies
« Reply #1 on: 07.07.2012, 15:00:36 »

The size of the sheets has been fluctuating over the years so I thought I'd ask.

Yep... same design, size and format as last year. 13,5 cm wide, 13 cm high.
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Re: Bid Sheet dimensions/ Dummies
« Reply #2 on: 07.07.2012, 20:20:25 »

Thanks for the info! :)
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