In a world where there are millions of people, it can be easy for many artistic creations to be unseen, and thatâ€™s why events like the Aâ€™ Design Awards have its purposeâ€”reviewing and selecting works for all of us to see.
Of course, it requires registering your project to the competition, preferably your best creation, and then waiting for the results published on April 15 on the Internet. Being an award-winner is a benefit for your professional careerâ€”your rĂ©sumĂ©.
Get a feel for past Aâ€™ Design award-winning projects in this article, specifically from the â€śArts, Crafts, Ready-Made Designâ€ť and â€śPhotographyâ€ť categories. Also view theÂ 100 creative fields to compete in.
Extended deadline: February 28, 2020.
Above: The charmingly envisioned, â€śCoral Heart Installationâ€ť by Sammy Liu.
â€śGrain and Fire Portalâ€ť is a sculpture reflecting the raw beauty of nature and the effects of time.
For the â€śFire and Holy Spiritâ€ť exhibition, artists Yi Chen and Muchen Zhang used materials like steel wire and red thread.
GeeksArt has produced this art installation with interactive light-and-colors.
Elle Decor India hired Ketan Jawdekar to create an art installation to celebrate their 18th anniversary.
â€śSound Circles Taiwan,â€ť a sound-art project by Hyojin Yoo and Nupur Mathur.
Photographer Roberta Borges wants to raise awareness about keeping our oceansâ€™ clean.
Soren Nielsen creates this photo series for the Norwegian postal service.
â€śDialogue with the Shadowâ€ť is abstract, experimental pictures by Atsushi Maeda.
Visual artist Han Doug displays his bronze sculptures in a Beijing art museum.
Submit your work to the 2019-20 Aâ€™ Design Awards.
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