Designed for Business Student Competition to win £30,000
Students in their final year or in the first year of graduating from a full time Bachelor’s Degree; or are currently studying a Master’s Degree course are invited to enter.
The competition is open to creative students and graduates across Interior Design, Product Design, Interior Decoration, Fashion, and Art & Design for a chance to win £30,000.
Student’s can also nominate their tutor for a chance to win the Visionary Tutor Award 2018.
SBID recognise the time, research and financial cost invested in esteemed university education, the outcome aimed at increasing the opportunity to gain employment from the most prestigious, innovative and creative companies from local, national and global to established or start-up. The aim is to connect the next generation of imaginative minds with the creative industries.
One Overall Winner receives the cash prize of £30,000.
Five Category Winner prizes – each category winner receives £1,000.
Entries Open Friday 20th April 2018
Entries Deadline Friday 31st August 2018
Finalists Announced Monday 29th October 2018
Ceremony Thursday 29th November 2018
Paid Design Opportunity at Money Lab
A Graphic designer is needed for a paid opportunity designing a visual identity and printed material for an upcoming cultural event exploring technology, finance and art.
MoneyLab is a programme of critical research exploring the connections between contemporary art, financial activism and digital culture. Previously organised by the Amsterdam-based Institute of Networked Cultures, this fourth edition of MoneyLab brings together artists, designers and researchers investigating and imagining the critical potential after money. Panels, talks, screenings and workshops will inspect the borderlands between critical art-making, decentralised financial technologies, collective organisation, and civil disobedience. Sessions will explore data monetization, digital labour unions, artist run tax-havens, co-operative crypto-currencies and decentralised technology as an open source distribution model.
MoneyLab requires a designer to come up with a visual identity for a day long conference on finance, art and technology. The event will take place at Somerset House in London on 20th January 2018. We are interested in receiving portfolios from designers who have an interest in some of these topics and themes and have some ideas for turning some of moneyLab’s themes into visual content.
A brief summary of the project brief involve:
Creating an original visual identity / logo for the event
Design header for website in 4 sizes
Design printed program booklet
Please see visual design of previous events for reference and inspiration:
Please send portfolios or links to previous work to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 18 Oct 2017.
Typenowhere documents work created on the BA(Hons) Graphic Design course at The University of the West of England, at Arnolfini contemporary art gallery in Bristol. The site also acts as a student resource including current live opportunities. Located inside the Arnolfini contemporary art gallery in Bristol city centre and taught by practising graphic designers, learning takes place in a studio environment with exceptional department facilities and a real-world dynamic. The course ranks very highly in the National Student Survey (NSS). Current students are regularly shortlisted for national and international graphic design awards. The course provides excellent preparation for a creative career in the UK and abroad. Many of our graduates establish their own freelance businesses or independent design companies.