The 2023 San Fermín Poster Contest has reached its selection phase after receiving a total of 465 works. The professional jury has made a first selection of the 10 finalist posters that will go to the popular vote, a phase in which the public will choose which will be the poster that announces this year’s festivities.

Jury members: the director of the Culture and Equality area of ​​the Pamplona City Council, Jorge Urdánoz, as president; the expert in graphic design, web design and illustration Patti Martínez, designated by the Navarra Association of Communication and Advertising Companies; the architect and photographer María Azkárate, cultural spokesperson for COAVN (Official College of Vasconavarro Architects); cartoonist, scriptwriter and illustrator Mikel Santos ‘Belatz’, member of the Tiza Association, organizer of the Navarra Comic Fair; the journalist and partner of Estudio KEY of graphic design and communication Patricia Fernández; the artist and illustrator Mila García, member of the Variopintas artist collective; and the Plastic Arts technician of the Pamplona City Council, Javier Manzanos.

Complying with the contest rules, the numbers of the selected posters are published below, however they will not be announced until next week, the day on which the 10-day period of popular voting will begin.


The prize for the poster that promotes the 2023 Sanfermines is endowed with 6,000 euros. This year 465 posters have been presented, of which 447 come from different autonomous communities and 18 from abroad, from countries such as Mexico, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Colombia, Finland, Chile, the Netherlands, China, Brazil and the United States. 217 works have been received from Navarra (121 from Pamplona), and 230 from provinces such as Guipúzcoa, Barcelona, ​​Valencia, Álava, Vizcaya, Alicante, Valladolid, Zaragoza, Castellón, Seville or Huesca.
In terms of age, most of the posters submitted to the contest come from people in the age group between 30 and 49 years (154), over 50 years (149), and 19 to 29 years (131). In addition, there are 13 posters that correspond to young people under 18 years of age.

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