AIGA 50 Books | 50 Covers Competition
I am honoured to have my book design for A collection of Singapore' Fading Traditional Trades and Crafts chosen as a winner of this time-honoured competition with @AIGADesign.
With 605 book and cover design entries from 29 countries, this year’s competition recognizes and showcases excellence in book design from around the world!
“AIGA’s 50 Books | 50 Covers competition honors the best of book and cover designs, and I am delighted and honored to announce the winners for 2021. I hope everyone is inspired as I am by this year’s winners and the stories told by each book and each cover design,” said AIGA Executive Director, Bennie F. Johnson. “Books inspire us, they give us hope, they are a vehicle for knowledge, and they are vital to all we are as a society.”
This year’s AIGA panel of esteemed jurors are Silas Munro (Jury Chair), Laura Coombs, Brian Johnson, and Kimberly Varella. The 2021 winning selections will become part of the AIGA collection at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University’s Butler Library in the city of New York.
See all of the winners for 2021: https://aigadsgn.org/5050winners
For AIGA press release: https://www.aiga.org/media/press-releases/best-book-and-cover-designs-of-2021-announced
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