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Scottish Design Awards finalists revealed - Are you nominated?

Last week an esteemed panel of judges travelled to Glasgow to cast their eyes over some of the best Scottish design work from the last year and help The Drum decide the finalists for this year’s Scottish Design Awards.

Freytag Anderson, Stand, Tayburn, Whitespace, Contagious and Suisse are just some of the agencies making this year’s deign shortlist, highlighting the best and brightest stars in the Scottish design industry.

A full list of nominations can be found here.

The expert design panel - which included Lewis Moberly’s Mary Lewis; Dan Germain of Innocent Drinks; Stephen Royle from The Chase; and Smith & Milton’s Steven Anderson – poured over a number of wide reaching categories including Publications, Corporate Literature/Annual Report, Direct Mail, Poster, Web Design, Digital Design and App Design over the course of the day and were particularly impressed by the sheer number of Whisky bottles submitted in the Packaging category alone.

The winners will be announced at a glittering black-tie event at Glasgow’s Radisson Blu Hotel on Thursday 5 June, for more information visit the Scottish Design Awards site.

This year’s awards are sponsored by Visit Scotland, e-architect, Urban Realm and Service Graphics, a selection of the design finalists can be viewed below.

Stand: The Glasgow School of Art Magazine 2014/15

Nominated In: Publications and omCraft

Whitespace: The Scottish Government 'Greener Journeys' app

Nominated In: App Design

Freytag Anderson: 48 Miles Later

Nominated In: Packaging

KVGD: Scoop Events 'Ox and Finch'

Nominated In: Corporate Identity

Tayburn: Heineken 'Fosters touchy-feely book'

Nominated In: Promotional Literature

Contagious: Number One Drinks Co. 'Karizuawa 1960, Cask no. 5627 Single Cask Malt Whisky'

Nominated In: Craft

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