Once again, the ADG Laus Awards for Graphic Design and Visual Communication have highlighted the best design projects in 5 categories (Graphic Design, Digital, Advertising, Audiovisual and Students) with the aim of promoting design, projecting its cultural and economic importance to society, and supporting the professional environment.
The criteria taken into account when choosing the winners were the conceptual quality of the pieces presented, their execution, usefulness, coherence and consistency, as well as their conceptual or formal contribution.
This year, up to 26 projects of Elisava (23 from students and 3 presented by the School itself) have been awarded. These include 3 Gold Awards, 9 Silver Awards and the Laus Young Talent 2020. We review them all below:
Undergraduate student projects - TFG Category
Laus Young Talent
Project: The Tragic Tension Between the Complexity of Desire and the Simplicity of Social Norms
Author: Paula López-Nuño
Project: 5 Tools for Digital Detox
Author: Ferran Bretcha
Project: Light Canvas
Author: Xabier Lahidalga
Project: Stressed Matter
Author: Joana Bisbe
Master's and Postgraduate students’ projects - Digital Category
Project: juju Island
Authors: Nicolás Barretto, Natalia Triviño