23 June 2011 - 9:50am | posted by | 0 comments

Most popular designs from One Word Brief exhibition chosen

Most popular designs from One Word Brief exhibition chosenMost popular designs from One Word Brief exhibition chosen
Most popular designs from One Word Brief exhibition chosen
Most popular designs from One Word Brief exhibition chosen
Most popular designs from One Word Brief exhibition chosen

The conclusion of exhibition by ‘One Word Brief’ has included the announcement of its three most popular designs.

The designs were voted for by visitors of the exhibition and online, where designers were asked to respond to one of six one word briefs.

The briefs to choose from were; ‘Change’, ‘Search’, ‘Freedom’, ‘Social’, ‘Space’ and ‘Enough’.

The three winning designs (see gallery) were Freedom by Corissa Taber, Change by Ben Philp and Enough from Andres Santana.

Zoltan Marfy creative director and co-founder of One Word Brief commented: “We’ve been amazed by the number of responses to our six one word briefs in the first year of our existence and have welcomed work from designers as far afield as Switzerland, Romania, Canada, Australia and India. This was an opportunity for designers to express themselves freely without clients or agencies getting in their way. We’re looking forward to creating that same opportunity for designers again.”

The open exhibition aimed to engaged with the design community and offer creative self-expression, while highlighting the potential quality of graphic design.
 

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