United States collected the most medals, followed by China, Japan, Italy, Hong Kong, Great Britain, Turkey, Australia, Portugal, and Taiwan. Platinum, gold, silver, bronze and iron awards were handed out to numerous talented designers, see the “Top 10” here.
Every year the A’ Design Awards and Competition highlights the best of the best in architecture, product design, art, illustration, film, and 95 other creative fields. We have selected a small number of award-winning projects to share with you—from painterly dishware to The Flash comic-book inspired shoes. Enjoy!
Above: A calm and cleansing architectural look for the “Dispensing Pharmacy” in Himeji, Japan.
Inspired by an 88-key grand piano, this box of 52 cakes were designed by Kazuaki Kawahara.
Created by Steven KH, the “Exlibris Calendar” displays 12-printed-illustrations inspired by silence.
Ink-poured-into-water effect dishware by Troels Flensted. Beautiful!
The “Only Digital Clock” is all about minimalism by Vadim Kibardin.
Sugiyama created (light-painting) photos with flash lights and color filters using a 5 to 20 minute exposure.
Cesar Idrobo designed these bright-colored shoes inspired by the comic-book superhero, “The Flash.”
Known for his double-exposure imagery, Chris Slabber produced a new digital art series titled “Life From Stone.”
A poster concept relating to the “the unraveling of the soul, pierced by the powerful, uplifting and euphoric waves of music as the lover and the beloved becomes one.”
ht: scence360 / Images courtesy of A' Design Awards and Competition