Wednesday, May 17, 2017
The judges selected our winners from nearly 1,000 entries from 112 schools in 18 countries. After all the votes were tallied the judges awarded a Best of Show award, four Gold medals, four Silver, seven Bronze medals and nine Distinguished Merits in addition to fifty-two merit awards. Ninety-three Honorable Mentions were also announced.
Congratulations to Chenfu Hsing, Toyo Institute of Art and Design, Shinjuku, Japan, our Best of Show winner.
Max Loeffler, Hochschule Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany, Xin Ren, University of the Arts London, United Kingdom, Katherine Lam, Ringling College of Art and Design and Enzo Lo Re, Brera Academy, Milan, Italy were our Gold medal winners. A complete list of this year’s winners are online.
Our judges were asked to vote an entry either In or Out, a majority of the judges votes were needed to be accepted into the show and a combination of total votes plus judge’s favorites determined each of our medal winners.
There were a great many entries that fell just shy of being accepted into the show and there were very few where the entry didn’t receive at least one or more judge’s votes.
Winners will be published in our print and digital editions due out later this year. They’ll also be exhibited online. A complimentary digital edition is being sent to leading art directors along with contact information for each illustrator.
Thank you to our judges for taking time out of their busy schedules to complete the judging process. And a heartfelt thank you to our Show Chair, Rod Hunt for all his help with the Show.
We’ll be announcing winners for our other two shows in the coming days.
Pictured starting from the top left clockwise, Chenfu Hsing, Max Loeffler, Katherine Lam, Enzo Lo Re and Xin Ren.
Monday, May 15, 2017
Lotta Nieminen's work spans a variety of mediums: from graphic design and branding to illustration and product. For her first publication with Phaidon, she designed and illustrated a series of interactive children's books that present young readers with a visual introduction to recipes and cooking. In a panel discussion with her publishing team, she will discuss the process and inspiration for this unique collaboration as well as introduce Pizza!, the second release in the Cook In A Book series.
Lotta Nieminen, Illustrator, Graphic Designer, Art Director
Cecily Kaiser, Publishing Director, Children's Books at Phaidon
Meagan Bennett, Art Director, Children's Books at Phaidon
Julia Rothman, Illustrator
Lotta Nieminen: Cook In A Book
Wednesday, 31 May 2017
55 Prospect Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
6:30-7:00PM Doors open & check-in
7:00-8:30PM Panel discussion
8:30-9:00PM Book signing & reception