2019 A’ Design Awards: Last Call for Entries

Xclub Club by YongCai Huang

The deadline for the A’ Design Award and Competition is fasting approaching.

It is every artist’s ambition to make their mark in the world. Open to entrants from all countries across the globe, the A’ Design Award and Competition will be shutting their doors to applicants on 28 February.

Artists can submit work in a dizzying array of categories, with jury members selected from academic circles, the arts and business. Remember: great artists set trends, they do not follow them. Vision and imagination can change the world. As you can see from past winners highlighted below, the demand for the highest standards is what makes the A’ Design Award so renowned.

The prizes package affords winners to potentially further capitalise on the prestige of receiving the coveted A’ Design Award by forging connections in industry and beyond.

The winners will be announced on April 15, 2019.

Deadline: February 28, 2019.

Enter the Competition

Above: “Xclub Club” designed by YongCai Huang.
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Hubert Roguski’s “CityWood” uses plywood and laser technology to recreate Manhattan’s cityscape.
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Handcrafted apothecary playing cards designed by Alexander Chin.
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Atlos Folding Bicycle by Valeria Romanova
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Calendar 2018 Swing Calendar by Katsumi Tamura
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New Manila Bay City of Pearl Commercial Office, Hospitality, Resident by Hpa Architects Engineers and Development Consultants
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