Our latest competition is The Colour of Love and it's open for entries now, check out the new brief here. We've teamed up with the Society of Dyers and Colourists to set you a slightly different brief. The end result is still surface pattern but there's a big focus on colour.
A big thank you to everyone who contributed to the previous competition,Everyday Surface Pattern. We have received over 750 entries. The judging process will commence shortly.
Shannon has been a graphic designer for many years, she recently launched Shindig Design Studio to explore adventures in art licensing and surface pattern design. Shannon loves clean, simple shapes, bold graphics and retro inspiration. She lives on the Seacoast of New Hampshire (USA) with her three wonderful daughters and amazingly supportive husband. All of her designs are available for licensing and she's happy to work on commission as well.
To find out more about Shannon visit her website, and blog.
There is now just under a week left to enter this months competition which is all about Christmas Type. So check out the full brief now and submit your best designs to be in with a chance of winning this month.
Closing date for entries = Midnight (UK time) Monday 28th October 2013.
There is now only the weekend and Monday to submit your designs for this months competition which is Shapes as Pattern. All entries must be entered via our website no later than midnight at the end of Monday 30th September.
We've had some great entries so far and are very much looking forward to the judging sessions next week.
A very big thank you to everyone who has entered so far and good luck with your entries.
Congratulations to Katie Whitton from Norwich University of the
Tigerprint partners with New Designers each year to offer an award to a rising star for their design talent. This year the judging panel, made up of the Creative Director, Studio Managers and the Arts Development Manager, spent several hours walking around show before debating their winner in the judges chambers before coming to a decision.
After some time, they announced Katie Whitton from Norwich University of the
Arts as their award winner. Katie has been awarded with a £500 cash prize and a 6 month paid placement across our Bradford and London Studios.
The judges comments: “A contrast of scale and
detail, Katie’s work expresses a true gift and shows confidence on combining
marks, gestures and colour. She will be a great addition to our studios”
Katie's comments: “I am really pleased to have
won this award, there is so much brilliant work here. Tigerprint is a company I
have admired for a while so I can’t wait for my time in the studios.”
Katie spent some time with us on our stand at New Designers and we are looking forward to seeing her later in the year.