Last October, LuxRoll launched a competition for our Graphic Design students to influence college students' imagination for a product that needs to be marketable, not just on paper. The encouraging plans are intended to provide prospective customers with ideas on how to use the innovative advertising medium.
LuxRoll offers an exciting 21st-century alternative to roll-ups that have been on the market for a long time: the uniqueness of its interchangeable graphics cloak is partly mobile and bright, but it offers exciting compositions by combining multiple LuxRoll elements to create exciting patterns which can be displayed.
Zoltán Csordás, Graphic Designer, METU instructor and György Povázai, product developer and coordinator of LuxRoll participated in the evaluation of the entries.
“It is important to support and encourage the young graphic arts generation as they will become important players in the creative profession in the visual field. This collaboration will showcase LuxRoll's technological innovations while allowing students to taste the design process of a real project,” said György Povázai.
At the announcement of the results:
- the first prize was won by the unanimous decision of the jury members, the Moiré-likegraphic design of Áron Huszlicska, a master student of Graphic Design.
- Second place was won by Dora Eső, who played alternating black and neon colours.
- In the third stage of the podium, Karolina Nádasdi was able to compete in a close competition with her work that emphasizes the diversity of lighting.
The plans of Áron Huszlicska
Design by Dora Eső and Karolina Nádasdi2020. 02. 11.
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