A New Era:

Posters Contest

Wix Playground and Stay Sane, Stay Safe

With the world changing around us, what does the future look like to you? Submit a poster sharing your perspective. One winner, two runners-up and an audience favorite will win amazing prizes from small businesses who built their brands using Wix.

You can participate, download, print or share the posters on social media, and be sure to vote for your favorite work. Let's support a brighter future ahead.


Meet the winners!

Crowd favorite

1st place

2nd place

3rd place


Crowd favorite

By entering this contest you agree to the official rules of the contest and Wix's Terms of Use. All information submitted is subject to the Wix's Privacy Policy.



What is this contest about?

Wix Playground x Stay Sane, Stay Safe: A New Era: Posters Contest is a contest where creatives submit posters that positively reflects what this new era will look like. The posters will be available for anyone to download, print and share on social media.

What will I win? 

One winner, two runner ups and one 'audience favorite' - chosen by you, will be awarded gift packages from small local businesses who make some amazing creative products. Entries can be submitted from May 25, 2020, until June 21, 2020.

Where will this be featured? 

The competition will be featured on Wix Playground, Stay Sane, Stay Safe site, social media channels & more

For the contest full rules and guidelines, please read the Official Rules.

Founded by creatives Max (Lennarts), Menno (de Bruijn) & Ronald (de Leeuw) – Stay Sane, Stay Safe is a fully operating pro bono poster platform meant to show love and appreciation to all the lifesavers on the front lines, but also to inspire other people to stay positive and keep smiling.

The platform invites creatives to submit their designs

and currently has over 1700 posters by creatives from over 82 countries.

Max and Menno are the founders of design studio Lennarts & de Bruijn, based in the Netherlands while Ronald has his own text and communication bureau called Overdeschreef.