The submissions period is now closed. We thank everyone who has made an entry. The judging process will start shortly, and the first winner will be announced in late April. Please stay tuned!
We encourage innovative solutions that relate to one or more of the following 3 categories:
Projects that illustrate how artifacts (products, communications, interactions, etc.) can embody responsible production and consumption according SDG2 principles.
The food chain systems include the eco-system and the food business. What determines what ends up on our table? Projects will consider the balance between the planet resources and food systems and distributions to all communities (nurturing the planet’s resources and its inhabitants beings).
Projects that organize and improve the quality and interactions of human experiences. Services may focus on one or more of the following: people, communities, infrastructure, institutions and communications. Projects that utilize design research and strategy to showcase multicomponent elements that are interconnected and integrated solutions. Projects in this category may have widespread applications that rely on a wide range of formats and design disciplines.
The jury will be looking to reward submissions that represent the best work according to the following criteria:
Desirable, viable and feasible design(s)
Evidence of a rigorous research process informing the design solution proposed
The competition is open to all students and young professionals in art, design and media.
There is no limitation in the number of submissions per person, and there is no cost to submit. Entries must be comprised of work that is original; individuals and/ or teams must hold the Intellectual Property for their submissions and have the right to enter and publish the submitted work.
Deadline for submissions is March 15, 2022. Please, send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.