No less than five! media design works were honoured at the 53rd competition of the Art Directors Club Germany for the best young creatives in the German-speaking world. The award ceremonies took place last week in Hamburg.
A silver ADC nail went to Ann-Kathrin Ganzhorn and Nadine Langendörfer for their bachelor’s thesis “Anderwärts”, an interactive graphic novel.
A bronze nail went to the project “SOAPBOX: Sauber!” by Holger Wimmer, Marcus Witte, Melanie Heppeler, Jacqueline Fuchs, Philipp Oertel, Daniel Pohlmann, Max Heylar, originally developed as a GWA Junior Agency campaign.
Another bronze nail was awarded to Jialu Hu, Felix Kapfer, Frederik Schubert for their semester work “Scheiße”, an animation short film.
A third bronze nail also went to Myriam Sellmer for her Bachelor’s thesis “Sirius Stark”, a smartphone app for the therapy of depression disorders in young people.
Tobias Tapken, Mirass Ebrahimi and Vanessa Göttle also received an ADC award. Their semester paper “Freedom Logistics” as an ironic-critical spot on the topic of the refugee crisis is also among the winners of the competition.
The competition of the Art Directors Club für Deutschland (ADC) e. V. looks for the best creative works published in Germany, Austria and Switzerland every year. It is one of the largest and most important creative competitions in the German-speaking world. The best ideas in the fields of advertising, design, editorial, audiovisual and digital media as well as spatial staging that inspire both experts and the public alike are honoured.
An important concern is the promotion of talents, supported by a competition for young talents. And not a year goes by without the media designers of the DHBW Ravensburg getting involved and winning nail after nail.