With speculation regarding Polkopia’s bid for the 50th Worldvision Song Contest growing, many have focused their attention on the potential cities which would potentially host the contest, should Polkopia win the bid, however, Polkopian journalists may have figured out who would design the postcards for the contest!
Speculation has been brewing around some possible candidates, and how the design would be. The design of the postcards was actually one of the main topics of discussion in the press conference with Viktor Khassanov, head of the PNB, the Polkopian National Broadcaster, who said “[the design] is very important to us in the PNB. We believe every country should be equally advertised around the multiverse, and each nation should have a chance to, not only show us viewers the cultural beauty that their nation holds by sending in a song from their nation, but showing us how beautiful a country it is to live in, and traditions in the home nation.”
Therefore it is heavily assumed that the PNB wanted to focus a great deal on the design of the postcards. Polkopian artist Luka Constantin, famous for minimalist painting designs in the past century, reported that he was invited to take on a “special project” in the upcoming months and he would have to take a break on all new and upcoming works as a result. Being such a new and upcoming artist, one can only assume that Luka has big things planned, but when asked about what it was, Luka refused to comment, saying that it would all be revealed soon.
Meanwhile the race to host the 50th anniversary of the Worldvision Song Contest is still underway! The list of potential host cities has been narrowed down, as local state governments have ruled out the possibility of their cities putting forward a formal bid to be included in Polkopia’s big for the 50th Worldvision Song Contest. The list is as follows:
The cities of Dovgorodia and Valinkova have both bulled out of the race to host the contest, with Dovgorodia pulling out due to lack of available accommodation to suit the ever-growing Worldvision crowd, and Valinkova due to the absence of a vacant arena to host the event, as both arenas in Valinkova will be occupied throughout the duration of the contest.