The Asian Creative Awards has been announced after all the pieces submitted are separately examined. http://www.ubies.net/award/
The Asian Creative Awards are meant to support the artists who are the next generation of the Asian creative scene by giving them opportunities to work abroad. In anticipation of the ever-growing potential of the creativity and culture of Asia, we accepted a wide range of entrants with the power to succeed on the global stage regardless of nationality or genre.
The total number of applications was 1070 applicants/3250 art works from Australia, Canada, Cambodia, China, England, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Macao, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, USA, Vietnam.
The award was presented at a ceremony held on January 31, 2015 in the Osaka ATC, after the conclusion of the ASIAN CREATIVE CROSS FORUM vol.1. The grand prize winner Thomas Yang (Singapore) was in attendance. He received a certificate from Hiro Sugiyama, who was one of the judges. Further, as part of the Asian Presentation Tour awarded as a supplementary prize, he will be given the opportunity to make a presentation during the reception of the 「ASIAN CREATIVE AWARDS vol.1 」.
Award-winning work exhibition, being held in August 2015 at the TAKEO Co., Ltd. MIHONCHO HONTEN (Tokyo, Jinbocho JAPAN).
WINNERS for Grand Prize
Thomas Yang (Singapore)
Pairing his two interests — bicycling and art — struck me as very novel. He uses bicycle tires to create an aesthetically pleasing, artistic form, while at the same time expressing the feeling of travelling by bicycle through a city. I give this piece high marks for the potential this idea suggests — that bicycle tires, a standalone tool, can develop into a range of ideas and different shapes.! I was also amazed at the way he used these new environmental elements to take a piece from an idea to final production and realize it as a complete poster. Today, as everyone talks about the excess waste produced by ink and paper used for printed matter, I thought the idea this piece presents is an apt one. Since bicycles are an environmentally-oriented form of transportation and represent something new, I think it is telling how clearly and succinctly the piece reflects this overall message. I am already excited to see in what ways this project takes the themes of architecture, the environment, and cities and combines them to express future visions of the city.
Comment by judges
DAN MATUTINA ( Designer/Illustrator in JAPAN )
I like this piece because the concept behind it is very strong. The symbolism and the meaning behind this work really make it stand out. I love the way he used the bicycle tracks to apply the paint/ink. This is awesome execution. Bicycle Mon Amour is also my favorite in the series.
WINNERS for ACN Exchange Award
Ting-Ting Cheng (United Kingdom)
Comment by judges
ASIAN CREATIVE NETWORK(ACN)
Born in Taiwan, Ting-Ting Cheng currently works in London. From an objective perspective which encompasses both Asia’s view of the rest of the world and vice versa, his work captures the essence of our times with a clean, polished presentation.
WINNERS for Genkosha Illustration File Award ( 5 Peoples )
The 5 peoples was receving a award. The one of winner from Indonesia received their awards.
- Perry J (Taiwan)
- Akira Kusaka (Japan)
- Joyce Lee / 李淑君 (Lazy Tree / 懶人樹) (Singapore)
- Aditya Pratama (Indonesia)
- Elaine Fnag (Taiwan)
Other prize winner
Digmeout Award ( 1 People )
- Lolay (Thaweesak Srithongdee)! (Thailland)
IMG SRC Award ( 3 Peoples )
- Emilie Sarnel (Hong Kong)
- Q (Nguyen Da Quyen) (Vietnam)}
- 赵普璐 zhaopulu (China)
judges’ award ( 26 Peoples )
- Tatsuji Yoshida(Japan)
- Tadahiro Joko (Japan)
- olay (Thaweesak Srithongdee) (Thailland)
- Takashi Koshii (Japan)
- Jiro Miyata (Japan)
- Ting-Ting Cheng (United Kingdom)
- Yoko Haraoka (USA)
- Mitsuru Saegusa (Japan)
- Element Lee 李元素 (China)
- Tsu-han Su (Taiwan)
- BKK BROS. / Krisakorn Tantitemit(Thailand)
- Riichiro Shinozaki (Japan)
- xulijing (China)
- Joyce Lee (Singapore)
- Marino Nakano (Japan)
- Debbie Tea (Indonesia)
- Mio Matsuda (Japan)
- Q (Nguyen Da Quyen) (Vietnam)
- Nao Okazaki (Japan)
- Tsu-han Su (Taiwan)
- Liu Yen-Chen (Taiwan)
- Elicia Edijanto (Indonesia)
- Ryoko Kaneda (Japan)
- Hiromitsu Akiba (Japan)
- Lution (Japan)
- Ayako Yoshimoto (Japan)
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