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New blood at D&AD

LONDON: A panel of judges last week selected this year's Best New Blood – the most promising student work on display at the biggest graduating creatives exhibition of its kind held by D&AD in London. Forty-one students were awarded from across the UK, Singapore, and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Rick Banks, BA Hons Graphic Design from Cumbria Institute of the Arts, celebrates his win. Photo by Christine Donnier-Valentin
Rick Banks, BA Hons Graphic Design from Cumbria Institute of the Arts, celebrates his win. Photo by Christine Donnier-Valentin
Winners are invited to exhibit their work on D&AD talentpool, join the graduate placement scheme and are given New Creative Membership for one year.

“I visit the D&AD student exhibition every year with my collegues,” said Onno Hesselink, creative director at Luon in Belgium. “It's a great opportunity to spot new trends in advertising and design. The UK definitely has a big tradition when it comes to typography and this year some of the best work showed it again...I'll be back next year.”


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