Vietnamese students win International Design Awards recognition
(VNF) - This year, the ninth International Design Awards (IDA) presented prizes to two students from the field of graphics, Faculty of Industrial Arts, Van Lang University in Ho Chi Minh city.
Tran Vu Nhan Thai (L) and Vo Thi Phuong Thao at the International Design Awards (Photo: dantri.com.vn)
The logo of fourth year student Vo Thi Phuong Thao was honoured with the bronze prize, and the logo of Tran Vu Nhan Thai earned the consolation prize of the graphics field, in the category for design students.
Phuong Thao’s logo is for Ot Hot Chilli sauce and Nhan Thai’s work is for Lagi Fish sauce. They are assumption brands.
Nhan Thai’s logo: Lagi Fish sauce
Phuong Thao’s logo: Ot Hot Chilli sauce
This is the first group of graphic design students of Vietnam officially winning prizes from the professional IDA.
The bronze award of Phuong Thao is the highest graphic design prize any Vietnamese graphic design student has won since 1975. Phuong Thao’s work was for a proposed franchise by a business at the price of the professional market.
The IDA, based in Los Angeles, the US, is a prestigious international award of the top 15 international design competitions among nearly 100 annual design competitions in the world. This year has been the most successful year of IDA to date, with thousands participants from over 60 countries submitting. 700 designers have been recognized as winners - both legendary design visionaries and inspirational emerging talent.
Set to recognize outstanding talent, IDA’s mission is to encourage creativity and innovation across all design fields, including Architecture, Interior, Product, Graphic, and Fashion Design. IDA aspires to draw attention to the iconoclasm of design worldwide, conceptualizing and producing great work./.