Student Design Annual 2011
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THE JUDGING PANEL: LONDON
Anno is proud to present to you our judging panel for this round of the competition. These people and companies represent some of the finest design talent, in their respective fields, in the world. If your work has made it into the book, then it has been chosen by these people. All our industry judges for this round are London based.
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As the competition had so many fantastic entries the staff at Anno decided to include ‘Anno Picks’ - a couple of entries in each category that they felt are worthy of publication, based purely on presentation.
Anno would like to thank our judges for their support and participation.
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INTRODUCTION Welcome to the Anno Annual for 2011 featuring the winning student work from around the globe. Once again for this round, our judges represent some of the top industry talent in the world. For the 2011 final round Anno sourced all our judges from one of the world’s design hotspots, London. The winning entries for this round are going to be published to iPad and the publication will be available through iTunes. The finished book will be available for viewing and download through ISSUU. Owen Walsh Art Director, Publisher
Anno hopes to be producing a print version of the Annual for the end of 2012. Lot’s of i’s to dot and t’s to cross to make this a reality but we’re onto it. At this stage both rounds will be published through ISSUU and at the end of the year Anno will pick the best work to go into the iPad publication and print annual. Thank you to all who participated in this round and a big thank you, once gain to our judges. Our next round is rapidly approaching and the judges will be some of the top creative talent in San Franscisco.
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ABBOTT MEAD VICKERS. FOUNDED BY DAVID ABBOTT, PETER MEAD AND ADRIAN VICKERS 30 YEARS AGO AVM IS NOW THE BIGGEST AGENCY IN THE UK AND HAS HELD THIS POSITION FOR WELL OVER A DECADE. WITH AROUND 85 BRANDS ON THE BOOKS AT ANY ONE TIME AVM AIMS TO DELIVER TAILORED SOLUTIONS ENCOMPASSING CREATIVE IDEAS THAT CHANGE THE COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE AND SET THE STANDARD. A PART OF THE BBDO NETWORK, WHICH IS THE THIRD LARGEST ADVERTISING NETWORK IN THE WORLD, WITH 287 OFFICES ACROSS 79 COUNTRIES, AVM IS PART OF A NETWORK OF AGENCIES THAT ARE CONSISTENTLY RATED AS ONE OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL IN THE WORLD. AVM WORKS ACROSS ALL MEDIA FROM DIGITAL TO PRINT AND WILL UTILISE THE MEDIA THAT WILL BEST SUIT THE CLIENT OBJECTIVES. THE AGENCY HAS PRODUCED SOME OF THE MOST ICONIC TELEVISION ADS OF THE LAST FEW DECADES AND THE TV AD ‘SURFER’ WHICH WAS ONE IN THE SERIES OF GUINESS ADS “GOOD THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO WAIT” WAS VOTED THE BEST TELEVISION AD OF ALL TIME IN A UK POLL CONDUCTED BY THE SUNDAY TIMES AND CHANNEL 4. NOT A BAD PIECE FOR THE REEL. THE “TIPPING POINT” AD IN THIS SERIES IS REPUTED TO BE THE MOST EXPENSIVE AND COMPLEX GUINESS ADS EVER PRODUCED. DIRECTED BY NICOLAI FUGLSIG OF SONY BRAVIA BALLS FAME, THE AD FEATURES THE ULTIMATE DOMINO TUMBLE AND INCLUDES 6,000 ICONIC B&W DOMINOES AND THOUSANDS OF QUITE UNEXPECTED TOPPLING OBJECTS FROM SUITCASES TO CARS.
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MALENE LYNGBĂ†K OLSEN Danish School of Media & Journalism Creative Communication Denmark
MUSEUM EROTICA Print campaign to promote the opening of The Museum Erotica in Copenhagen. Created by Julie Kessler and Mai Mi Dahmlos.
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MARCELO DARIO Award School Auckland Creative Advertising New Zealand
nd TAKE MORE
TAKE MORE To show the extra baggage you can take with Emirates compared with competing airlines, we placed stickers of items the traveler can take on every step, heading to a suitcase at the end of the escalator.
Take More To show the extra baggage you can take with Emirates compared with competing airlines , we placed stickers of items the traveler can take on every step, heading to a suitcase at the end of the escalator.
COLD YOU CAN TRUST
College for Creative Studies Advertising Design United States
Print Ad for Tide Cold Water.
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ANTON BURMISTROV University of Greenwich Graphic & Digital Design United Kingdom
SET IT FREE ANNO PICK ‘Explore yourself’ was the tagline for this festival. With exhibitionist and saucy undertones in line with the festival’s tone of voice, the concept was to free yourself and indulge in your naughty fetishes.
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ZAHA HADID. ZAHA HADID, FOUNDING PARTNER OF ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS IS THE FIRST WOMAN TO WIN THE PRESTIGIOUS PRITZKER PRIZE FOR ARCHITECTURE IN ITS 26 YEAR HISTORY. HER SINGLE-MINDEDNESS AND LACK OF COMPROMISE IS WELL KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE INDUSTRY AND HAS SERVED TO CREATE BUILDINGS OF OUTSTANDING BEAUTY. BORN IN BAGHDAD IN 1950 THE IRAQ HADID GREW UP IN WHAT WAS A VERY DIFFERENT ONE TO WHAT WE KNOW TODAY. THE IRAQ OF HER CHILDHOOD WAS A LIBERAL, SECULAR AND WESTERN FOCUSSED SOCIETY. HADID RECEIVED A MATHEMATICS DEGREE FROM THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF BEIRUT BEFORE GOING TO STUDY ARCHITECTURE AT LONDON’S ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION IN 1972. TOGETHER WITH HER SENIOR PARTNER PATRIK SCHUMACHER THE FIRM IS CURRENTLY INVOLVED IN PROJECTS SUCH AS THE AQUATICS CENTRE FOR THE LONDON 2012 GAMES, HIGH SPEED TRAIN STATIONS IN NAPLES AND DURANGO AND URBAN MASTER PLANS IN BEIJING, BILBAO, SINGAPORE AND THE MIDDLE EAST. THE FIRM’S SEMINAL BUILDINGS INCLUDE THE MAXXI: NATIONAL MUSEUM OF 21ST CENTURY ART IN ROME, THE ROSENTHAL CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART IN CINCINNATI, BMW’S CENTRAL BUILDING IN LEIPZIG AND THE PHAENO SCIENCE CENTRE IN WOLFSBURG. ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS CONTINUES TO BE A LEADER IN PIONEERING RESEARCH AND DESIGN INVESTIGATION IN COLLABORATION WITH ARTISTS, DESIGNERS AND ENGINEERS. UNDOUBTEDLY, HADID HAS CEMENTED HER REPUTATION AS ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST EXCITING AND SIGNIFICANT CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTS OF OUR TIME. THE PRACTICE’S IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGIES HAVE AIDED IN THE REALIZATION OF BEAUTIFUL FLUID, DYNAMIC AND COMPLEX ARCHITECTURAL STRUCTURES.
BMWâ€™s Central building in Leipzig, Germany, has been designed with the concept of dynamicism and motion carefully considered. This structure challenges the notion of buildings as static objects.
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BIKA REBEK University of Applied Arts Studio Greg Lynn United States
PANAMA SURCHARGE â€œPanama Superchargeâ€? is an architectural dialogue between mass and fragility, expressed as thin patterned developable surfaces out of metal sheets and heavy masses out of raw concrete. The building is adjacent to the new pair of locks at the Panama Canal, creating an environment for cruise ship passengers while they are waiting for the ship to pass the lock.
Inside the plant houses visitors take a walk inside the jungle canopy. The architecture becomes physically intertwined with the surrounding nature to the degree of visually merging with it.
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In one hour visitors move through spaces with different identities and climate zones, creating highly varied, densely packed atmospheres. Planthouses, aquariums and an exhibition inform on the astonishing biodiversity of the area surrounding the Panama Canal. One side allows for spectacular views onto the water lock, on the other side visitors take a walk into the jungle canopy. The building becomes a threshold between an industrial structure and nature.
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University of Bath BSc Architecture United Kingdom
This scheme explores the role of architecture in relation to the local & global community through the evolution of the market place & town hall typology. The market provides a framework for the inhabitants of Bath to build a community within the city. The ground planes, relating to the general masses, join the separated grounds & places with Bathâ€™s centre. The chamber acts symbolically as a celebratory democratic object & physically as the portal between the artificial & natural grounds of Bath. It expresses political transparency through the structure & provides a platform for civic ritual & festival.
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DIAGRAM & COMPOSITION The project developed through composition & relationship studies in sketch & model form. The final outcome has a clear relation to its built, historical, environmental & philosophical context.
PROCESSIONAL ROUTE & DEBATING CHAMBER Strands, forming the market roof, connect the civic core to the city inhabitants. These strands become an artificial ground for civic ritual & festival & a place within the city for public congregation. The Chamber becomes the nexus point, from which everything is centred. It is the celebratory political symbol within the city. The elevated object acts as a physical portal between the city & the natural landscape beyond.
THE COMMUNITY MARKET With the continued growth of global commerce within the general city centre, this market provides a stabilising factor for the local community within Bath to regrow. The design diagram as a whole communicates the relationship & inherent power of architecture on a macro & micro scale.
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REPOSITORY OF THE ETERNAL NOW
ROBERT WARE Royal College of Art MA Architecture United Kingdom
“Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. No one can serve two masters. You cannot serve God and Mammon.” Gospel of Matthew
REPOSITORY OF THE ETERNAL NOW The City of Londonâ€™s security is obsolete. Terrorism is evolving. Cyberattacks threaten increasingly vulnerable digital data whilst technologies dictate that we continually rely on its ubiquity. The countryâ€™s economy thrives off global trade establishing the London Stock Exchange as a principal terrorist target.
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The Church of England invests £4.5 billion as donations from churchgoers decline, so an interdependent solution uses new technologies to 3-dimensionally print the volatile, digital stock market data in stone in a perverse regression, providing a prophylaxis to modern terror and bestowing mutual longevity upon both the church and the economy. My addition to St. Paul’s Cathedral celebrates the synthesis of religion and finance, continuously building itself in real-time using data from the 41 stock market industry sectors, physically archiving the data and storing it in towers which grow in relation to the sector’s success. The repository fulfils Wren’s unaccomplished ambition for St. Paul’s, incorporating a stark, securocratic exterior with a dynamic interior richly adorned with intertwining iconographies. The regressive notion of archiving data physically was ironically driven by technology. The realisation that our physical surroundings are now at less risk from terrorism than our virtual world led me to create a 2D data printer made from recycled printer parts and open source Arduino technology, which I used to write a code that could simultaneously draw data from the internet in real-time by simply holding a pen. To test the feasibility of replicating this 3-dimensionally I then built a homemade 3D printer from scratch, again utilising open source technologies. The affordability and accessibility of the rapid prototyper demonstrates the ever-increasing accessibility of 3D printing and its potential application on an architectural scale.
The homemade 3D printer made utilisng open source technology, and below the 3D model it produced.
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The Building Structure – a bottom up approach to integrated sustainability
THE ARK STAVROS ZACHARIADES University of Bath, UK Masters of Architecture Cyprus
A proposal for a cooperative urban farm consisting of a productive landscape, marketplace and community mess hall. The Ark is an intensively used urban productive landscape comprising of a productive market, community mess hall and produce processing facility. The key functions are supported by a network of green infrastructure and a range of community focused facilities encouraging the use of the site by all the residents of the Bristol’s Stapleton Road area. The Ark’s design champions environmental, economic and cultural sustainability.
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Gravity fed hydroponic greenhouse set up Moveable timber louvred screens for solar shading Greenhouses, food production Hydroponic hot water storage supply tanks Community mess hall Roof mounted photovoltaic panels (PV) Community market
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Top: Simple space offering precast concrete tables to accommodate various events.
Above: Encouraging a rich biodiversity naturally controls pests, disease and encourages more natural pollination.
Energy is used and produced efficiently on site through use of a mobile gasifier, hydroponic algae biofuel production and photovoltaic collectors. Energy is used and produced efficiently on site through use of a mobile gasifier, hydroponic algae biofuel production and photovoltaic collectors. Water is harvested and managed on site to meet irrigation demands as well as run through solar water heaters to heat the Arks hydroponics labs. Waste is recycled providing the site’s compost, partial heat demands and electricity through a mobile gasifier and combines heat and power unit. The project builds on a tradition of reinterpreting the original high street and marketplace typologies hybridising them with traditional and contemporary food production techniques - aiming for zero food miles. The vision is to harness the spirit, energy and entrepreneurship of the younger generation of local deprived residents. The building design facilitates natural ventilation through its module. Room distances are limited to 7m deep x 4.5m high. The research offices allow single sided ventilation on the facade, the greenhouse and middle corridor both incorporate ventilation intakes at lower levels and exhausts through the building’s roof. The building form facilitates north light conditions for both offices and corridor and maximizes the light received in the greenhouse area with a fully glazed facade. The concrete phase change materials mounted in the greenhouse walls are expected to function in a similar way to a trombe wall mediating large temperature swings in the greenhouse and transmittance to the rest of the building. The primary task was that the building should function naturally, resulting in the section’s profile and roof design. Once the primary principles were in place I approached the question of how technology could work to compliment the building environment. This included integrated PV glazing shading systems, window actuators and a Building Management System for the greenhouse management, Solar water heaters to provide extra heat for the greenhouse hydroponics water supply. Accommodating for a “plugin” design allows the deprived community to slowly acquire more technology when economic situations are favourable.
Heat/light/ventilation during a summer day.
Heat/light/ventilation during a winter day.
Heat/light/ventilation during a summer night.
Heat/light/ventilation during a winter night.
Water harvesting and reuse.
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CHRISTOPHER SHANNON. IN 2008, LIVERPOOL BORN, CHRISTOPHER SHANNON GRADUATED FROM THE SAINT MARTINS MA COURSE. HE WAS AWARDED A FULL SCHOLARSHIP FROM PROFESSOR LOUISE WILSON AND ALSO THE DUNHILL MENSWEAR AWARD. PREVIOUS TO THE MA CHRISTOPHER HAD WORKED AS DESIGN ASSISTANT TO RICHARD JAMES AND SPENT TWO YEARS WORKING ON KYLIE MINOGUE’S CREATIVE TEAM WHERE HE MET AND COLLABORATED WITH HIS TEEN FASHION HERO JUDY BLAME. SINCE GRADUATING CHRISTOPHER HAS CONTINUED TO REFINE HIS SPORTSWEAR ORIENTATED AESTHETIC WHILST WORKING ON COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS WITH TOPMAN, EASTPAK, ASOS AND REEBOK.
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The Swedish School of Textiles Master in Fashion Design Sweden
The starting point of Ida KlambornÂ´s collection is a single colour; red. Among all colours, it is the one with the deeper range of tonality. Through colour dyeing and pleating the designer achieves new dimensions of shades.
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UNIB JULIA KALDY Moholy-Nagy University of Art & Design Budapest Accessories Design MA Hungary
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UNIBODY: EXPERIMENTAL SHOES COLLECTION The models of the Unibody collection emphasize how the silhouette of the legs changes while wearing shoes of different heights. They colors have been made the same as light flesh so that they seem to merge with the rest of the body.
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KAMILLA HOFFMANN The Danish Design School Fashion Design Denmark
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INSIDE THE OUTSIDE
I have studied space around man and his existence in the world. Deriving inspiration from photographs and paintings of landscapes, recomposing these into shape, texture and patterns of space with references to classical and functional uniforms.
(INSIDE THE OUTSIDE)
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YOUTH KNOWS NO PAIN BRAM VAN DIEPEN
YOUTH KNOWS NO PAIN
Amsterdam Fashion Institute International Fashion & Design (BA with honours) France
A collection of menswear with 1940s army wear influences, researching volumes and exaggerating proportions. A sense of uniformity in colours and silhouettes show an imaginary army of boys, battling for understanding and adulthood.
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BETWEEN DREAM & REALITY
LOUISE BOYE ANDERSEN The Danish Design School Fashion Design Denmark
BETWEEN DREAM & REALITY My MA Project is about the contrast between dream and reality, and how that looks in a fashion context. The project is based on my personal interpretation of these two words. Iâ€™ve worked with lots of different printing techniques and other textile techniques. The graphic pattern of the dots in contrast to the randomness of watercolor splashes, is the key elements to these prints. The silhouettes of the collection takes its inspiration from classical clothing items, such as the trench coat, the shirt etc. through deconstruction I have implemented draping into these usually straight shapes. The combination of the print, the silhouette and the colors forms a modern, functional and personal collection of clothing. That has been made to suit everyday life. Photographer: www.carstenbundgaard.dk Model: Caroline Arvidsson
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BETWEEN DREAM & REALITY
BETWEEN DREAM & REALITY Louise Boye Andersen
The graphic pattern of the dots in contrast to the randomness of watercolor splashes, is the key elements to these prints.
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FILOMENA CAVALLARO Istituto Marangoni Milano Fashion Design Italy
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BLACK CHLOE REYNOLDS University College Falmouth Fashion Design United Kingdom
BLACK ANNO CHOICE Influenced by Japanese design, Chloe Reynoldsâ€™ graduate collection is a futuristic crossover between clothing and jewellery design. Based on armour and protection, it is constructed from entirely black fabrics and laser cut metal embellishments.
Chloe Reynoldsâ€™ graduate collection is a futuristic crossover between clothing and jewellery design.
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LEVI`S Womenswear Award 速
FRANCESCA PAOLIN Domus Academy Fashion Design Italy
ECOGLAM ANNO CHOICE LEVI`S® Womenswear Award for the best womenswear collection “sustainability through innovation” to me it means something wearable, nice looking, the feeling is like a couture collection partial hand-crafted, fabrics are regenerate or from vintage cloth.
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PARIS HAWKINS-CARR irmingham Institute of Art & Design B Fashion Design BA United Kingdom
PRESERVATION OF DEATH
ANNO CHOICE My designs look to realise the moment where the spirit moves with the absence of time. The physical flight of birds from the body dragging part of reality with them. It looks literally at lifeâ€™s preservation into the next stage after death.
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INTERBRAND. FOUNDED BY AN ENGLISHMAN JOHN MURPHY IN THE EARLY 1970’S INTERBRAND BEGAN IT’S LIFE AS NOVAMARK. THE FIRST INTERBRAND OFFICE OPENED IN 1979 IN NEW YORK AND SHIFTED IT’S FOCUS FROM PRODUCT NAMING TO BRAND STRATEGY AND DESIGN. THROUGHOUT THE 70’S AND 80’S INTERBRAND BEGAN TO OPEN OFFICES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, INCLUDING TOKYO, FRANKFURT, MILAN, LOS ANGELES AND MELBOURNE. ALL THESE OFFERING A FULL RANGE OF BRANDING SERVICES AND BRAND EVALUATION – A CONCEPT THAT INTERBRAND DEVELOPED DURING THE 80’S. IN 1993 MURPHY SOLD INTERBRAND TO OMNICOM AND THE FIRM FURTHER EXPANDED IT’S REACH BY ACQUIRING LEADING BRAND, DESIGN AND IDENTITY BUSINESSES IN THE UK, ASIA-PACIFIC, SOUTH AMERICA, GERMANY AND IN SOUTH AFRICA. TODAY INTERBRAND HAS OFFICES IN 30 CITIES IN MORE THAN 20 COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD. INTERBRAND’S TOP 100 BRANDS PUBLICATION IS IN IT’S 11TH YEAR AND IS REGARDED AS THE INDUSTRY’S MOST REPUTABLE GUIDE TO THE TOP GLOBAL BRANDS. THE BRAND VALUE IS MEASURED USING A METHODOLOGY DEVELOPED BY INTERBRAND AND INCLUDES KEY FACTORS SUCH AS THE WAY THE BRAND TOUCHES AND BENEFITS IT’S ORGANISATION, THE STRENGTH OF THE BRAND TO INFLUENCE PURCHASING DECISIONS AND THE STRENGTH OF THE BRAND TO DELIVER FUTURE EARNINGS. THIS COMPANY UNDERSTAND THE VALUE OF EFFECTIVE GRAPHIC DESIGN AS AN VITAL PART OF BUILDING A STRONG BRAND IDENTITY AND HAVE CREATED A METHODOLOGY TO MEASURE THAT EFFECTIVENESS.
BEST GLOBAL BRANDS 2011
Defining “Brand” – World Changing Brands – Top Trends – The 100 Most Valuable Brands – Brand Sector Overviews – Brand Strength
1 Best GloBal Brands 2011 by Interbrand
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DESIGN OUT CRIME
DESIGN OUT CRIME
Huddersfield University Multimedia Design United Kingdom
Design out Crime was a response to a D&AD Student brief submitted by â€˜Alliance Against Crimeâ€™. The aim of the brief was to use animation to illustrate how good design can be used to effectively reduce crime within a product, service or environment.
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CARLOS SIMPSON University of West England Graphic Design United Kingdom
YOU AND YOUR RIGHTS Imagine a world without identity, and what my mind would do trying to wrap itself around the concept of someone trying to sell me the idea of identity. I donâ€™t mean lacking the ability to distinguish ourselves from other entities as separate individuals.
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YOU & YOUR RIGHTS Carlos Simpson
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THE 100 CLUB
GERALDINE NASSIEU-MAUPAS Central Saint-Martins BA Graphic Design (Design & Interaction) France
A graphic intervention for the famous 100 Club based in Oxford Street, London. The idea is to play upon the history of the club by referencing songs – literally and graphically – written by famous bands who performed there.
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RUSSELL COBB. RUSSELL COBB IS A LEADING ARTIST ILLUSTRATOR BASED IN THE UK. HE HAS WON NUMEROUS AWARDS INCLUDING D&AD SILVER AND 5 ASSOCIATION OF ILLUSTRATORS BEST OF BRITISH GOLD AWARDS. RUSSELL’S WORK HAS BEEN FEATURED IN MANY INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS, AMONGST OTHERS 3X3 MAGAZINE NEW YORK, TECKNAREN STOCKHOLM AND ILLUSIVE, CONTEMPORARY ILLUSTRATION BERLIN. RUSSELL HAS COLLABORATED WITH MANY LEADING ART DIRECTORS IN ADVERTISING, DESIGN, PUBLISHING, EDITORIAL AND INTERACTIVE MEDIA. HIS BACKGROUND IN DESIGN AND FINE ART ENABLES HIS WORK TO SIT COMFORTABLY IN BOTH ARENAS. BOTH HIS COMMERCIAL AND PERSONAL WORK HAS BEEN EXHIBITED IN LONDON, BERLIN, ZURICH AND PARIS. RUSSELL SERVED AS CHAIRMAN OF THE ASSOCIATION OF ILLUSTRATORS 2005-09 AND WORKED CLOSELY TO TRANSFORM THE ORGANISATION. HE WAS ALSO MADE AN HONORARY MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY OF ILLUSTRATORS NEW YORK 2005 AND GUEST LECTURES AT MANY LEADING ART & DESIGN ESTABLISHMENTS THROUGHOUT EUROPE, INCLUDING CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS SCHOOL OF ART LONDON, GRAFILL OSLO AND THE ASSOCIATION OF DUTCH DESIGNERS AMSTERDAM.
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JAKE SNELLIN Central Saint Martins College BA Illustration United Kingdom
FANTASTIC MR FOX
A selection of work inspired by two timeless classics, Big Fish and Fantastic Mr Fox. The images are created using acrylic inks on acetate sheets, then scanned and finished digitally with an emphasis on composition, colour and shape.
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METE ERDOGAN Monash University Honours Degree of Bachelor of Visual Communication Australia
Melburbia is an 88 page, hand bound graphic novel about Melbourneâ€™s stereotypes. The story follows a train commuterâ€™s journey as he encounters bogans, hipsters and soccer mums. This study examines the graphic novel form and the tribal nature of Melbourne
MELBURBIA Mete Erdogan
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SIGNAL Adam Tan
AUT University Graphic Design New Zealand
Part of a series of digital paintings exploring the feeling of isolation and the beauty and fear of the unknown..
THE VIEW FROM LION ROCK Adam Tan
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ISOLAR Adam Tan
PATIENCE Adam Tan
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JOE WALDRON University of the West of England Illustration United Kingdom
DEFLATED Joe Waldron
FUTURE Joe Waldron
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INTO THE WOODS Joe Waldron
LUMBERJACK Joe Waldron
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KRISTIN KING Curtin University BA Design Australia
These images are some of my highlights from 2011, where I had a particular focus on composition, colour and form. I have a particular interest in storytelling.
SECRET OF KELLS
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GOD OF ALL SEASONS Kristin King
KODAMA Kristin King
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ARMANDO VEVE Rhode Island School of Design Illustration & Painting United States
HALF MOON OVER HAVANA AND TWO DOLPHINS FOR MY LOVER Armando Veve
TERRA INCOGNITA Armando Veve
Flexible, flamboyant and sharp, the handmade mark is like barbed wire. Lines and dots tattoo with their rigor. The empty wall or page becomes a site for a warped fantasy space where I am the architect, cartographer, creator and destroyer.
The empty wall or page becomes a site for a warped fantasy space where I am the architect, cartographer, creator and destroyer.
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PINE CONE ISLAND Armando Veve
HARLEM SPRING Armando Veve
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RON LIN RONGWEI Hong Kong Polytechnic Bachelor Honours in Design Singapore
POETRY IN MOTION An illustration-heavy publication, covering three different sets of ethnic cultural dances/art forms from Japan, China and India. Hoping to lure interests in youths to read about these exciting art forms through the illustrative visuals.
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Seymourpowell’s Aircruise is the concept design for a hotel in the sky, with low passenger numbers and huge internal spaces offering room for living, dining and relaxing, as well as scope for dramatic and inspirational public spaces. The initial design proposes a bar/lounge zone, four duplex apartments, a penthouse and five smaller apartments.
SEYMOURPOWELL. SEYMOURPOWELL IS ONE OF THE WORLD’S LEADING DESIGN AND INNOVATION COMPANIES. FOUNDED IN 1984 BY RICHARD SEYMOUR AND DICK POWELL, THE LONDON-BASED GROUP OF AWARD-WINNING DESIGNERS HAS PRODUCED SOME OF THE ‘MILESTONE’ PRODUCTS OF THE LAST TWO DECADES. SEYMOURPOWELL IS CURRENTLY 85 PEOPLE, COMBINING A DESIGN STUDIO, RESEARCH CENTRE, MATERIALS LIBRARY AND PROTOTYPING WORKSHOP. SEYMOURPOWELL HAS A UNIQUE HOLISTIC APPROACH TO DESIGN AND INNOVATION, WHICH COMBINES IN DEPTH EXPERIENCE AND UP TO DATE INTELLIGENCE ABOUT PEOPLE, MARKETS AND BUSINESSES. THE COMPANY HAS THE ABILITY TO FORECAST AND INTERPRET THE VITAL IMPLICATIONS OF BEHAVIORS AND WORK OUT FUTURE SCENARIOS TO GIVE ITS CLIENTS THE CONFIDENCE AND REASSURANCE THEY ARE MAKING THE RIGHT DECISION. SEYMOURPOWELL IS SKILLED IN EXPLOITING IDEAS THAT CREATE REAL VALUE AND ALWAYS LOOK TO MOVE CLIENTS FORWARD CREATIVELY. SEYMOURPOWELL IS NOT JUST A COMPANY OF VISIONARY THINKERS, BUT FUTURE ‘DOERS’. ULTIMATELY, SEYMOURPOWELL IS ABOUT MAKING THINGS BETTER: BETTER FOR PEOPLE, BETTER FOR BUSINESS AND BETTER FOR THE WORLD. SPECIALISMS INCLUDE DESIGN INNOVATION, TRANSPORTATION DESIGN, ETHNOGRAPHIC USER RESEARCH, STRATEGY AND NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (NPD), TRENDS AND FORECASTING, PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT, 3D STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND 2D GRAPHIC DESIGN.
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KATE ELTON University of Technology BA Industrial Design Australia
THE WALKIT CHILDREN’S REHABILITATIVE WALKING BRACE WAS DESIGNED FOR MY MAJOR PROJECT. IT WAS DESIGNED IN RESPONSE TO A BRIEF THAT WAS CREATED AS A RESULT OF EXTENSIVE RESEARCH CONDUCTED INTO THE AREA OF PHYSIOTHERAPY REHABILITATION IN ANKLE AND FOOT INJURIES IN THE FIRST HALF OF 2011.
The boot piece and base piece of the WALKIT brace fold out flat, as well as the inside lining and coloured front panels, for optimum transport and storage and also help to reduce the overall cost of the brace.
THE PROBLEM Injuries to legs and feet make up 61.1% of all sport and exercise-related injuries in Australia, with the most affected demographic being the 0â€“14 year age group. Despite this, childrenâ€™s walking braces for ankle and foot injuries are expensive and hard to acquire, particularly in the Australian market. They also lack aesthetic variation and customisation, and only a small number of the walking braces include controlled range of movement ankle hinges. The controlled ROM ankle hinges that are available however are clunky metal pieces that significantly increase the overall cost of the walking brace.
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Controlled ROM Ankle Hinge allows a lockable range of movement between 0 and 30 degrees of backwards movement, and is operated by an external key used by the physiotherapist.
THE SOLUTION The WALKIT Rehabilitative Childrenâ€™s Walking Brace provides a sophisticated and accessible solution to fill this need. It combines a high level of function and performance with an affordable price range. Through the use of a memory foam soft lining and in-built controlled ROM ankle hinge, the brace is adjustable and adaptable to the limb throughout the rehabilitation process. Itâ€™s flat-pack nature makes it easily accessible for the patient and medical practitioner, and significantly reduces the cost compared to other walking braces on the market.
WALKIT is available in a range of 3 sizes for children between the ages of 5 and 13 before they enter into adult shoe sizes. The inside lining of the WALKIT Brace utilises memory foam, providing ultimate comfort and support as it molds to the exact contours of the limb throughout the rehabilitation process. The outside shell of the brace has an in-built, lockable, controlled ankle hinge system to consistently regulate the range of motion, thus facilitating and speeding up the rehabilitation process. The WALKIT Brace comes with a range of different coloured front panels that can be
Soft Memory Foam Lining
Folded Flat-Pack Calf and Boot Piece
Customisable Front Panels
Controlled ROM Ankle Hinge Rocker base
Injuries to legs and feet make up 61.1 per cent of all sport and exercise-related injuries in Australia, with the most affected demographic being the 0 to 14 year age group.
mixed and matched according to the desires of the child, allowing them to customise the brace as often as they like. These panels, combined with the overall playful and childlike aesthetic of the WALKIT brace make it appealing to children and not intimidating like a lot of current walking braces on the market. The coloured front panels, along with the calf and boot pieces, incorporate cut-out patterns that provide the necessary ventilation to the limb. The outside shell of the brace is made from recycled polypropylene making it lightweight, affordable, durable and sustainable.
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ISHKE WATER PURIFYING DISPENSING SYSTEM.
JESSE LEEWORTHY Swinburne University of Technology Product Design Engineering Australia
The components have been assembled in such a way that the main electronic products are segregated from the water and mechanical components to ensure protection against condensation.
ISHKE WATER PURIFYING SYSTEM Despite all the negative attributes, popularity of bottled water increases by 10% every year. Ishke aims to reduce the amount of plastic water bottles effecting our health and environment by presenting a sustainable and convenient alternative. The Ishke system is designed to dispense purified chilled or ambient water into reusable stainless steel bottles. The dispenser is inbuilt with a six stage, reverse osmosis filtration system and wireless network connectivity. The stainless steel bottles are embedded with an RFID tag that facilitates cashless payment, communicates bottle specifications and user preferences. Situated in public areas, Ishke offers the convenience, taste and trust of bottled water, but provides a brighter alternative to the destructive plastic container.
Every single gram of plastic ever produced still exists, taking 1,000 years to biodegrade. 214 million kilograms of plastic are expended in the bottling of 89 billion litres of water each year. Plastic water bottles have a devastating effect on the environment, marine wildlife and on human health. In many cases 1 litre of bottled water costs over 1,400 times more than tap water.
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JOSEPH ROMANO University of Technology Sydney BA Industrial Design Australia
It is noted that one-in-four children in Australia are overweight. Preliminary findings have suggested that knowledge and attitudes relate directly to the behavior of children and adults. Furthermore, primary and secondary research suggests that food preparation in the home will shift the knowledge, and thus the attitude and behaviour of children and adults towards wholesome food. Kik is an analogue kitchenware’s kit that facilitates social interactions of food preparation between children and parents to aid the change towards healthy eating habits, through an awareness and understanding food. This product aims to provide a practical way in which children and parents can continue the conversations relative to sociocultural and pop-cultural trends like ‘Masterchef’ and ‘Masterchef Junior’. Being an analogue system, interactions with the product are physical and involve both parents and children. These interactions provide children with the fundamentals of food preparation tasks like weighing and measuring, whilst highlighting the educational role of parents during the preparation of food by getting ‘kids in the kitchen’.
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PATRYK KOCA University of Technology Sydney Bachelor of Design in Industrial Design Australia
A holistic, process focused product design, resulted in what can be described as the only complete solution to accessing, handling, manipulating and storing cryogenic vials, with a strict ordinance guarding the prescribed ritual of use.
PROBLEM AND BRIEF Ultivo is an acronym for Ultra Low Temperature Innovative Vial Operator. This is a year long, 4th year major project involving 11 weeks of research and 18 weeks of product development, prototyping and user testing. Problems were discovered with the use of cryogenic gloves in labs, as their cumbersome thick material lacks dexterity, leading to misuse and repeated danger of skin contact with frozen surfaces. This can lead to long term neurological damage which will reveal itself with time. The goal of the project was a holistic, from the ground up re-think and re-design of certain products and processes in a sleek, smart and ergonomic package. The system was to be a cost effective alternative to expensive cryo-gloves, which resulted in using existing manufacturing technologies and tried material choices. Injection moulded ABS forms the durable, robust carrying device. Polycarbonate is proven to withstand the rigours of long term storage in cryogenic temperatures while the softer Polypropylene is commonly used across the existing internal and external threaded cryo-tubes.
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PRODUCT OUTLINE Ultivo is a unique, premium cryogenic storage and management system solution. It is a product system designed to be used in biomedical labs, which addresses the process of accessing, handling and manipulating cryogenic vials stored in -80ยบC mechanical freezers. Together, all elements form a user focused ritual of use, which does not require the use of cryogenic gloves when retrieving tubes from -80ยบC mechanical freezers.
The re-design includes the Ulti-Box cryogenic storage box. The box is of standard dimensions and fits seventy seven 1.8ml cryo-tubes. The Ulti-Cap is an innovative interactive cryogenic vial cap, fitting existing internal and external threaded vials. The UltiHand package is an all new multifuntional carrying and storage device, with a collective of sub products which interact with all of the other elements. These Include the Ulti-Key
which interacts with the Ulti-Cap and the Ulti-Grip which allows handling of the vial with two fingers. Housed inside the Ulti-Hand is a double wall insulated dry ice container with a capacity for transporting seven vials Ergonomic and appealing shape, intuitive opening, highly visible and accessible peripherals and a double wall insulated dry ice container are all innovations which make this product unique and multifunctional.
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MANDY LAU Monash University Master of Design Australia
REACH & MATCH - LEARNING AID FOR BLIND CHILDREN Reach&Match provides an interesting exposure to Braille for visually impaired children. Double-side mats provides different sensory play for children with varying abilities to develop motor and tactile skills, and enhance social interaction.
REACH & MATCH
Through the sensory play of the design, they can obtain functional skills learning.
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Reach & Match is a Braille learning aid for both blind and visually impaired children to have an interesting exposure to Braille literacy. Through the sensory play of the design, they can obtain functional learning skills. More importantly, it develops a friendly and comfortable platform, which simultaneously bridges the cultural gap between the disabled children and other children. Through the innovative design of the sensory play, non-sighted children with multi-disabilities and even sighted children also are benefited from learning different skills such as motor skills, spatial awareness, logical intelligence, manual dexterity and verbal expression. The design objective was driven by the problem understanding in the society through the extensive literature review, the opportunity observations from the marketing research and also the observational research in Vision Australia. Key elements in the design explorations and ideations are mainly based on the observation of visually impaired children in Vision Australia and interviews with their parents and other professionals. They were full of ideas and there was discussion exchange throughout the concept development process.
Furthermore, the detail design interface was designed in consulting with the blind people and Braille teachers in order to achieve the most effective option before making the final model. In order to develop the full scale working model with the designed materials, the chosen materials were shipped from the overseas factory and custom made. The product testing was therefore able to achieve the best design outcome and show the most accurate result. A full set of prototype, composed of three different materials with three distinct manufacturing ways, are plastic, rubber foam and fabric. Different manufacturing methods were fully examined and carefully conducted with the right measurement. Finally, a design extension is being developed for creating a fabric version of Reach & Match, which helps to fit in the developing countries through local skills and materials. Provided with the same design features, it aims to provide an experience of life quality for them to obtain the equal opportunity of education. Functional skills are the first step for disabled children to learn alternative skills of independence and help them to achieve their full potential.
In order to develop the full scale working model with the designed materials, the chosen materials were shipped from the overseas factory and custom made. The product testing was therefore able to achieve the best design outcome and show the most accurate result. A full set of prototype, composed of three different materials with three distinct manufacturing ways, are plastic, rubber foam and fabric. Different manufacturing methods were fully examined and carefully conducted with the right measurement. Finally, a design extension is being developed for creating a fabric version of Reach & Match, which helps to fit in the developing countries using local skills and materials. Provided with the same design features, it aims to provide an experience of life quality for them to obtain the equal opportunity of education. Functional skills are the first step for disabled children to learn alternative skills of independence and help them to achieve their full potential.
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AMPHI â€“ X DUBAI 2030
BEICHEN NAN Monash University BA Industrial Design Australia
AMPHI - X DUBAI 2030 AMPHIBIOUS VEHICLE All major cities are clogged with heavy traffic due to insufficient spaces, yet little does people know that many water ways in major cities are unoccupied. It is perceived in the year 2030 vehicles will occupy these empty water ways & rivers.
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Dye sensitised smart glass canopy
Interior ventilation system and bilge pump
Water jet propulsion system
Rear sensory camera
Carbon fibre body parts
Marine grade aluminium hull Omni-directional wheels (Mechanum)
OLED lights & navigational lights
The current designs of the amphibious vehicles are shameful, and should be executed much better than having a large hull underneath a car body, or water propeller sticking out from the back of the car. This was one of the key points in letting me take on the challenge of really blending both features of a car and a boat into an aesthetically appealing amphibious vehicle.
The clay model.
Shark skin coating underneath hull
Most major cities are clogges with vehicles and the automotive industry are trying hard to deliver compact and small vehicles for those who live close to cities, yet nearly every major city in the world has a major arterial waterway running right through it. Instead of being stressfully stacked in traffic, we could use the rivers of waterways to turn every stressful journey into a pleasant cruise along the water.
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NICK GEORGHIOU. NICK GEORGHIOU HAS WORKED AS A LONDON BASED PHOTOGRAPHER SINCE LEAVING THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART IN 1986. HE BEGAN HIS CAREER WORKING WITH DESIGN COMPANIES, EDITORIAL AND CORPORATE PROJECTS. NOWDAYS, HE WORKS ALMOST EXCLUSIVELY IN ADVERTISING AND PERSONAL PROJETCS. HIS VISION, ADAPTABILITY, AND QUALITY OF IMAGERY HAS LED TO THE SUCCESS OF MANY NATIONAL AND GLOBAL AWARD WINNING CAMPAIGNS, INCLUDING HIS FANTASTIC WORK FOR LAND ROVER. OTHER AWARD WINNING CAMPAIGNS ARE ADIDAS, BARNARDO’S AND VOLKSWAGEN. HIS COLLABORATIVE APPROACH AND COMMITMENT TO BOTH PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL WORK, IS ABSOLUTE. HIS CLIENT LIST READS LIKE A WHO’S WHO OF GLOBAL CORPORATIONS AND INCLUDE: ADIDAS, AMERICAN AIRLINES, BBC, BMW, BUPA, DUNHILL, ELECTROLUX, HEWLETT PACKARD, LAND ROVER, MERCEDES, MICROSOFT, NIKE, NISSAN, OLYMPUS, PHILLIPS, SELFRIDGES, SONY, VODAPHONE, VOLKSWAGEN.
Mandy Barker De Montfort University MA Photography United Kingdom
SOUP - TURTLE Mandy Barker
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TRANSLUCENT Mandy Barker
ALL THE PLASTICS PHOTOGRAPHED HAVE BEEN SALVAGED FROM BEACHES AROUND THE WORLD AND REPRESENT A GLOBAL COLLECTION OF DEBRIS THAT HAS EXISTED FOR VARYING AMOUNTS OF TIME IN THE WORLDâ€™S OCEANS.
SOUP is a description given to plastic debris suspended in the sea, with particular reference to the mass accumulation that exists in an area of The North Pacific Ocean known as the Garbage Patch. The series aims to engage with and stimulate an emotional response in the viewer, by combining a contradiction between initial aesthetic attraction and an awareness of the disturbing statistics of dispersed plastics having no boundaries, which result ultimately, in the death of sea creatures.
TOMATO Mandy Barker
FAR RIGHT: RUINOUS REMEMBRANCE Mandy Barker
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ARNALDO ILAGAN Photography Studies College Advanced Diploma Australia
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JACK BONIFACE Blackpool and the Fylde BA Photography United Kingdom
This project looks at man and there relationship to land and ownership. The images are of defensive structures that where built in preparation to try and repel and invasion buy German forces in the second world war.
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JOEL NOON Photography Studies College Advanced Diploma Australia MY WORLD Joel Noon
NO ESCAPE Joel Noon
THE LONGEST HOUR Joel Noon
CHAOS THEORY These are from my series Chaos Theory. They are art created for poems I wrote about torment and pain of past experiences. The poems and art explore the sense of being trapped and creating an alternative reality to try and escape, yet failing.
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WE WILL FIGHT
WE WILL FIGHT...
Edinburgh Napier University BA Photography & Film United Kingdom
This series is designed to question our reasons for war. It seems that war has become part of human nature and I\â€™m sure we will see fighting again in the future. It is our reasons for justifying warfare are becoming more and more controversial.
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WE WILL FIGHT
WE WILL FIGHT Mike Byrne
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J COLLINGRIDGE Batley School of Art / Kirklees College Contemporary Photographic Arts United Kingdom
Empty Underground is a series of images showing the London Underground / Jubliee Line extension architecture in a way that few people see. The idea is to have a set of images that can showcase my work and introduce me to future commissions.
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EMPTY UNDERGROUND J Collingridge
Student Design Annual 2011
Anno is an online design competition and annual publication for students with dreams as vast as their talent, and for the industry heavy-hitters looking for the next generation of superstars. The competition and annual publication encompasses the disciplines of advertising, architecture, fashion design, graphic design, illustration, industrial design and photography. These winning works were chosen by a group of judges, who represent some of the best in the industry, from a pool of nearly 600 entries from 80 of the top design schools in the world. All industry professionals are encouraged to view the work, register and vote. Not only is Anno an important launch pad for students to get their name and the work out into the world, but it is also gives industry professionals the chance to see the future stars and unearth talent. For more information go to annobooks.com
THE JUDGING PANEL 2011 Advertising Architecture Fashion Graphic Design Illustration Industrial Design Photography
Abbott Mead Vickers Zaha Hadid Christopher Shannon Interbrand Russell Cobb Seymourpowell Nick Georghiou
The winning work from the Anno Student Design Annual as chosen by our judging panel. Our judging panel for the final round were as follows:...