No Voice Unheard, songs from the Holocaust, by Opera Coast was the overall winner who received £500 worth of printing. Credits for the design execution go to designer Jorge Pamplona Martin and producer Anastasia Witts.
A highly commended award was alsopresented to the creative for The State versus John Hayes; who will receive free registration to next year’s Brighton Fringe.
Mark Tulley of Gemini Print presenting the awards
(photo by David Smith)
Mark Tulley of Gemini Print and a judge of the award, said: “There were some fantastic entries and it was a really tough decision, but in the end we chose No Voice Unheard. We loved the imaginative and original way it delivered its message and the bold impression it made as printed artwork.”
The other judges on the panel were Daniel Fagg, creative director at Designate, Brighton’s biggest creative agency, Rupert Denyer, one of the country’s leading street and landscape artists, and Kimberly Butler, marketing director at Brighton Fringe.
The award was open to all designs for print developed for Brighton Fringe 2015.