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David Park joins AdFest 2014 as Jury President, Design Lotus & Print Craft Lotus

08-January-2014
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David Park joins AdFest 2014 as Jury President, Design Lotus & Print Craft Lotus

Australian designer David Park, Founder & Creative Director of Maud in Sydney will be Jury President of Design Lotus and Print Craft Lotus at the 2014 AdFest Lotus Awards.

“The design scene in Asia and the Middle East is incredibly vibrant, and I’m expecting to see a lot of world class work at AdFest this year. It’s an exciting time to be a designer, and I’m honoured to join the line-up of Jury Presidents at AdFest this year,” said Park.

Originally from London, Park launched Maud in Sydney, Australia in 2008. Maud was Australia’s most awarded design business in 2013. As Creative Director, Park leads a team of design thinkers with extensive knowledge across local and international clients, including Google, Diageo, Coca-Cola, Toyota, Carlton United Brewers and Tommy Hilfiger, to name a few.

“Since moving to Sydney, David has emerged as a design leader within the Asia Pacific. He understands the impact of design on brand performance, and his expertise will be invaluable in the selection of this year’s Design and Print Craft winners,” said Jimmy Lam, President of AdFest.

AdFest 2014 takes place from March 6 to 8 in Pattaya, Thailand.

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