The 2019 Competition is OPEN & this year will be a little different!

Since 2010 Festival Postcards has donated over £4000 to Amnesty International and it is all thanks to your fantastic photos.

In addition to your amazing photos, this year we are opening up the competition to artists, designers and poets! 

Postcards need to encapsulate a moment, they serve to send a message, they are more than just a card. This year we are welcoming entries from artists, designers, poets and photographers who would like to see their work on a postcard being sold at Glastonbury.

What makes a great postcard is not always the same as what makes a great poster, painting, family picture... I don't know the answer, all I do know is that I know it when I see it.

Email your work inspired by Glastonbury Festival and win the opportunity to see them printed as postcards and sent from the festival! A donation of 10p for each winning postcard sold will be given to Amnesty International.

Image size: 111mm x 154mm (this includes a 3mm bleed area that will be chopped in the printing process) 

Deadline Midnight Sunday 2nd June 2019

Email your images to Please include your name and little more about the image. You can submit as many pictures as you like!

We have just 2 no nos:

1: No pictures of children

2: No pictures of famous people

From the very beginning of Amnesty International in 1961, people have written letters on behalf of victims of human rights abuses. Today, hundreds of thousands of ordinary people throughout the world challenge cruelty and injustice by taking a few minutes to write a letter.

Glastonbury festival gives us all an opportunity to engage in a few days of freedom, expression and creativity. Since 1982 Festival Postcards has been offering festival goers an opportunity to share their tales of fun and frolics by sending a postcard from the festival.


The Postcard team will choose their favourite images w/c 3rd June and all entrants will be informed by 8th June 2019.

Winning entries will be posted on the website  and social media platforms

The judges’ choice is final.

The winning photographers will receive 100 postcards of their own image.