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Joke De Winter
University: Shillington School, New York
Gold in Promotional Materials; Silver in Mobile App, Branding
Design of the branding and rollout for Festival No 6, an intimate boutique music and arts festival in Portmeirion, Wales.
Pandara Chanyatanavut University: Pratt Institute Gold in Branding
GIKGOK is a unique family owned Thai restaurant offering a homemade chicken menu. The restaurant offers quality everyday ECO friendly meals
with personal friendly service. First of it’s kind aiming to inspire other small restaurant in Thailand. As for the branding, we play with Thai alphabet which is the main character of restaurant’s name in the Thai language. Besides, this character represents chicken that is why we use this character as a symbol of the restaurant. All the packagings utilize paper as a primary material because we want to encourage and spread out a sustainable concept to Thai society. Instead of using a plastic bag, we provide an alternative. By using a paper handle that is recyclable, we also help to reduce the amount of plastic waste in Thailand. We care, and we share our thoughts with customers.
Aya Yamamoto
University: London College of Communication, University of Arts London
Gold in Integrated Graphic Design; Silver in Branding
A project that looks into our behaviour on online tragic news. The conceptual brand FATAL emerges in the form of black flower shop. Aiming at discursive interactions, the FATAL shop commercialises on real-life tragedies at affordable prices. The customers are encouraged to consume more tragedies and
share their sympathy. This project is based on research concerning the term ‘tragedy’ in the UK news media - how the word is used, what is depicted in the story, how it is received to the readers and the similarity between news and fictional drama.

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