This month Tigerprint were thrilled to set you a brief rethink the way we express ourselve through sentiment. It's been exciting to see how you've thought about the editorial and translated it into a design.
We had some great entries which pushed different styles and techniques, all great at addressing the occasion of the brief.
The judges were all drawn to Victoria's tree. She has created a modern and sophisticated design by using a simple icon and applying her handwriting. The editorial at a glance appears quite traditional but as you read the sentiment it feels very current and modern. The words feel heartfelt without being too emotional. Victoria's design sums up Christmas in a beautiful package.
Congratulations Victoria and we look forward to working with your design.
In addition, our judges selected 4 runners up in no particular order.
The judges liked Bethany's mini collection of designs, our favourite was the 'put on your party pants' because it sounds fun, it's light hearted and it could work as part of the humour range at christmas.
Look out for Bethany's Designer Spotlight feature over on the Tigerprint blog on the 17th December.
Similar to Bethany, Hannah submitted a mini collection of festive vegetables. We love the concept and the humorous twist. This would work really well for kids or humour. We like how Hannah has constructed her pieces with photography, illustration and hand-drawn type.
Victoria was also fortunate to be picked as a runner up. The judges liked the simplicity of her design. The caption would appeal to a general market and when linked with the icons makes you feel like you want to wrap up and feel cozy.
We appreciate that you spend a lot of time on your entires and you want to showcase your great styles and fantastic talent.
However, please be aware that you are not allowed to submit a design that is for sale or has been sold to another party. Tigerprint can only accept original or unpublished work. If you submit an unsuitable entry we won't be able to chose you as our winner.
We are happy for you to use work from your portfolio or work that has been shown on your blog but if anything has been marketed for selling we can't accept this due to our exclusivity with Marks and Spencer.