Design Week Award Winners 2020 – Part 4

The 4th and final selection of my personal fave projects from the Design Week Awards 202…in no particular order:

Awesome campaign and brand strategy for The Guardian by Uncommon

Political activism, social commentary and protest have been common themes for designers over the past couple of years, and while I was surprised that there were no BLM designs in the Design Week awards (I would for sure have included the giant Black Lives Matter on 16th St Washington DC in the environmental graphics category), there were still plenty of powerful visual statements that we saw throughout the year.

I love these two: Me/We for the exhibition “Tolerance” by Pentagram , And DoDo by Studio Sutherl&, for Extinction Rebellion

Dishoom featured in the Editorial Design category. We have this book at home, and what makes it truly fabulous is that it is so much more than a cookbook, it’s a fascinating and beautifully documented history of an entire food culture.

And finally…a couple of rather beautiful and rather contrasting packaging designs.

Spicy Tamarind Vodka for Smirnoff by Vault49, and a truly beautiful range of letterpress inspired labels for Jarrold in Norfolk by The Click