2017 AGDA Design Awards Winners

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On Saturday 18th November 2017, the Australian Graphic Design Association, AGDA Design Awards recognised the best work in Australia across a wide range of design disciplines. As always, the awards highlighted some of the leading design happening in the region, to all of whom we extend our warmest congratulations, including our New Zealand designers and studios as per below.

Distinction awards went to: 

Osborne Shiwan, AWA

Distinction, Print, Posters

Distinction, Design Crafts, Typography for Design

Richard Partners, FABRIC DISPLAY

Distinction, Design Crafts, Typography for Design


Distinction, Print, Posters


Distinction, Print, Posters

Designworks, TE TOHU

Distinction, Design for Good, Social & Community


Distinction, Packaging, Alcoholic Beverage

Sons & Co

Distinction, Digital, Websites

And also a massive congratulations to the winners of the AGDA Student Awards 2017, including:  

Alistair McCready, AUT

Pinnacle Award, Print, Book 

Distinction, Typography

 Ella Dobson, AUT

Distinction, Digital, Animation Moving Image 

Liam Ooi, Ara

Distinction, Print, Book/Magazine/Zine Design

Distinction, Typography 

Pheobe Ellis, AUT

Distinction, Print, Book/Magazine/Zine Design  

Stephanie Zwerink, AUT

Distinction, Print, Miscellaneous



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