Red Dot Design Award 2015
Another Red Dot in our collection. Our poster campaign Save Shukhov Tower! won a Red Dot Award 2015 in the category Poster Design (Social Responsibility). Special thanks to our long-term strategic partner and one of our most favourite clients the Center of Russian Avant-garde for trust and collaboration. We are incredibly proud!
The red dot design award is the world's largest design competition. The Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalenstarted honouring excellent design as far back as 1954, when it was called Industrieform e.V. The sought-after "red dot" has since become established as an internationally recognized seal of quality, and is now awarded in different disciplines. The winning works will be on show in the red dot design museum, which houses the world's largest collection of contemporary design.
The international Red Dot jury has chosen the best entries of the year from a total of 7.451 submissions. There were in total 17 categories in which designers, agencies and companies could submit their projects. From these, the panel of experts gave awards for the newest designs and campaigns. This year, the jury awarded 569 projects with a Red Dot.
"The creative industries are experiencing a period of growth. Ever new trends in digital communications, but also in event and print, lead to greater diversity and create new specialty areas," says Professor Dr. Peter Zec, founder and CEO of the Red Dot Award.
"Based on its international expertise and evaluation of the Red Dot Award: Communication 2015, our jury can confirm this trend, not least because of the new record number of entries and a noticeable increase in quality. Their achievements show that the winners can go beyond the industry standards. That has secured them one of the most renowned hallmarks of quality which will help them to communicate their success to the world: the Red Dot".