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Kyoorius Design Awards call for entries

10-July-2017
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Kyoorius Design Awards call for entries


The 5th edition of the Kyoorius Design Awards has invited entries from across India for a total of 10 categories and 74 sub-categories. Submissions for physical entries for the awards close on September 06, 2017 while the last date for submission of online entries is August 30, 2017. The awards focus on recognising the exceptional creativity and talent from various new studios and designers.


Kyoorius Design Awards cater to design industry across multiple categories, including editorial, branding & identity, product design, packaging design and design for books amongst others. The awards call entries from individuals as well as companies and it's not limited to advertising agencies or design studios.


Commenting on the occasion, Rajesh Kejriwal, Founder and CEO, Kyoorius, said, “We are glad to announce the 5th edition of the Kyoorius Design Awards, a platform which brings together the best of works from design studios and creative agencies across India. At Kyoorius, we have an open jury process ensuring complete transparency. We are committed to providing an entirely unbiased platform that recognises the best of design works, year after year. Kyoorius Design Awards, over the last four years, has garnered respect as a symbol of quality, and is recognised by designers as a valuable marketing instrument and designers look to the Blue Elephant as an endorsement of quality."


Just like last year, the jury sessions are open to the industry people to watch, learn, check and benefit from the discussions and display of entries. The Jury session will be held in Mumbai at the Ecole Intuit Lab on September 15 and 16, 2017.

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