The A’ Design Award & Competition is still open for submissions, so now it’s a great opportunity for designers from all over the world to show their talent. The most brilliant ideas, projects, and designs from different disciplines will be selected, and awarded in a unique celebration of talent and innovation.
Summer is over but there is still time to take part in one of the largest design competitions in the world. We are talking about the A’ Design Award and Competition, a benchmark in design where some of the best ideas and creations are presented every year.
The A’ Design Award & Competition has come to an end once again and the winners for 2021 have been announced last month. Thousand of ideas from around the world have been evaluated and the best ones claimed a spot in the winners’ list. The A’ Design Award and Competition was created in order to highlight designers and their ideas to the rest of the world.
Obscur is a swedish brand built on a self-evident principle regarding the design – a garment’s true value can only be fully recognized when it is being worn. Designer Richard Söderberg creates the clothes after absorbing the spirit of the dark and misty landscapes of his home country. his deep love of dark scandinavian music is also of great inspiration and has been translated into the garments.
The expession “Sleep tight” gets a different meaning with Forrest Jessee’s project, Sleep Suit. This is a project that challenges the idea of personal space in relationship to the human body and its surrounding environment. In other words, a revolutionary idea that comes to introduce a new, more efficient sleeping method. Now we can all have our own sleep suit based on our personal needs, a custom made suit that will cover all sleeping needs.
Erwin Olaf’s art visualizes implicitly the unspoken, the overlooked, that typically resist easy documentation. Olaf’s trademark is to address social issues, taboos, and bourgeois conventions in a highly stylized and cunning mode of image making. With his razor-sharp aesthetic intuition, Olaf purposely conceals his themes, so that the viewer has to accept the initial concealment in Olaf’s photo series.