If you are a design student,
if you want to win €5000,
if you can design a trash can
than head straight to co-creation platform Join and submit your ideas.
“Sort Your Trash can” design competition deadline is 28th October 2012.
If you upload before October the 1st than you can draw to win an iPad 3.
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Just design a chair or a table or both in a unique and innovative way and win prizes of US$ 4000 or US$ 1500.
12° Andreu World International Design Contest September 2012 is open to all design students and professionals without age limit. There is no entry fee.
Submission deadline is for USA August 31, 2012 and for International professionals September 12, 2012.
check contest rules here.
Get inspirations from last year’s finalists here.
“We are in the dark, made of millions of colors.”
As seen on the Korean designers’ site KAMKAM as their intro.
Breathe, you are online!
Caption of the photo slider on the website of spiritual thinker Thich Naht Hahn – Plum Village.
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Still Time To Participate
The red dot award is an indisputable mark on design capabilities, of imagination, innovation and competition in the creative industry.
Each year, designers, companies and institutions around the world seek to prove their innovative ness and creativity by submitting their works to the red dot award: design concept. Not only this brings out the best in them but also provides recognition and an indication on the marketability of future products. The red dot award: design concept is one of the largest professional design concept competitions in the world.
Designers, there is still time to participate, to showcase your best ideas, concepts and prototypes before the end of standard registration for the red dot award: design concept 2010.
Standard registration: till 1st July. Entry submission deadline: till 9th July
Late registration: 2 Jul – 8 Jul 2010. and late entry submission deadline: 12 Jul 2010
Check here: dates, categories and if need be faq.
I love the comment, “You must love designing for a living.” At that point I usually start to laugh or break into uncontrollable tears.
— Andrew Lewis