Applied Arts 2022 Design Awards now is over!
Applied Arts 2022 Design Awards: Applied Arts 2022 Design Awards, the largest and most respected show of its kind in Canada, organized by Applied Arts Magazine has been recently opened for entries, open worldwide to all forms of commissioned, published, unpublished and personal work from professionals and enthusiasts.
Applied Arts Magazine recently has announced the call for entry for Applied Arts 2022 Design Awards, Canada’s largest multi-disciplinary competitions.
Launched in 1992, the Applied Arts Awards are the only competition in Canada that recognize the creative work of professionals across the visual communications sector, from image makers to advertising executives to designers.
The contest is open to all forms of commissioned published, unpublished and personal work from professionals and enthusiasts created between March 2021 and March 2022(but not entries that have been submitted into last year’s competition).
Entries can be submitted in these categories:
➜ Entire Design Programs
➜ Packaging Design
➜ Promotional Design
➜ Editorial Design
➜ Typeface Design
➜ Digital Design
➜ Motion Design
➜ Young Blood and Community
Applied Arts contests are judged by panels of highly regarded industry professionals and experts in a rigorous process. Every entry is scored independently on creative merit, technical excellence and suitability for end use.
All entrants will be notified by mid-April 2022 via email.
Applied Arts 2022 Design Awards - Entry fees
Entry fees start at 50 USD and very depends of the submission category.
Open internationally to all forms of commissioned, published, unpublished and personal work from professionals and enthusiasts created between March 2020 and March 2021. Only digital entries are accepted for this competition.
➜ Their work published in print in the Summer 2022 issue
➜ A complimentary copy of the Summer 2022 issue
➜ Their work published online in the Winners’ Gallery
➜ A personalized, awards certificate for every winning entry signed by the founder of Applied Arts