2020 A’ Design Awards: Last Call for Entries

MonoPunk Accessories and Electronics by Cheng-Jay Tsai

This is your last chance to enter the A’ Design Awards — deadline: February 28, 2020.

In this article, we share with you some of last year’s like the thrilling “MonoPunk” project (above), and “Symphony #7” chairs (below). Submit your own creation to this competition that highlights outstanding works in a wide array of categories, such as art, photography, tattoo, communication design, architecture, fashion, and more. The A’ Design welcome entries from all corners of the world!

Every submission is reviewed by a panel of judge compiled of experienced academics, press members and design professionals. The winners are announced on April 15, 2017, and will receive an incredible package of prizes.

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Above: Cheng-Jay Tsai’s “MonoPunk” looks like it came out of a “Mad Max” film.

Symphony Number 7 Art Chair by Chen Ting-Hsiang

The beautiful flow of “Symphony #7 Art Chair” by Chen Ting-Hsiang.

Shimao Loong Palace Residential landscape by Shimao Group

Gorgeous inspired by the landscape 16th-century paintings of Qiu Ying. (Thanks to Shimao Group for dreaming this up!)

bauhaus inspired posters by Vratislav Pecka

Vratislav Pecka’s poster series influenced from the Bauhaus movement and 90s pop culture.

Meditation by Kang Shan

Let’s chill with the meditate light by Kang Shan.

Forgotten Paris Photographic Inventory by Matthieu Bouvier

Photographer Bouvier gives us a glimpse of Parisian underground tunnels. (Digital editing applied to pictures).

Fogo Island Shed Hotel Dining Room by Todd Saunders

Todd Saunders gets inspiration from fisherman homes in Fogo Island in Newfoundland, Canada.

Birds of Steel Multifunctional Panel by Malcolm White

It looks like paper cutouts, but it is actually steel laser cutouts by Malcolm White.

Xiao Guan Tea by Nice Creative

Huang Yong’s illustrative and “modernist Chinese tea” branding design.

OPEN 45 Credenza by Adam Friedman, wood table for record player

A multi-functional piece (for books, records…), by designer Adam Friedman.

Submit your work to the 2020 A’ Design Awards.

Images courtesy of A' Design Award and Competition, 
Copyright respective designers and artists.