Featured image: ©Steven Choi | Self-Initiated Professional Category Winner
The Directory of Illustration, in partnership with the Association of Illustrators, is excited to announce the category winners of the World Illustration Awards.
This year’s winning entries were selected by a panel of international judges from all aspects of the industry, including publishers, artists, and commissioners such as London-based Jonathan Hubbard, Creative Director and Founder of The Clearing, Alexandra Zsigmond, Designer at the New York Times, and Matt Smith, Creative at Australian public broadcaster SBS.
Category winners include a characterful portrait of Bill Murray for the Washington Post by US-based artist, Tony Rodriguez, which was lauded by the jury for its strong composition and well executed traditional technique that captures the subject perfectly.
Also of note is Marguerite Carnac’s series ‘Lieu de Vie’ which documents the artists’ time spent volunteering in The Jungle refugee camp in Calais and was skillfully created using a monoprint technique.
All the winners will be up on display at Somerset House from July 31st until August 28th, 2017 but in the meanwhile, make sure to check out all the winners on the AOI website.
©Marco Palena | Advertising New Talent Category Winner
©Sam Ki | Design (sponsored by Affinity Designer) New Talent Category Winner
©Claudine O’Sullivan | Advertising Professional Category Winner
©Marguerite Carnec | Editorial New Talent Category Winner
©Aart-Jan Venema | Design (sponsored by Affinity Designer) Professional Category Winner