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Joost Swarte, Love Stories

Samuel Masters for Art-Sheep

The AOI or the Association of Illustrations is a non-profit organization that has for nearly forty years presented the most significant award for illustration in the UK. After more than 2,000 entries were examined by a jury comprized by international professional illustartors, here come’s a sneek peak at the 2015 shortlist of the works that are deemed to be “making an outstanding contribution to visual culture.”

The entries span from categories such as advertising, design and editorial to books and children’s books, as well as commissions for the public realm and self-initiated works. The winners will be announced in October and they will then be featured in various exhibitions around the UK. Below you can check some of this year’s entries, including  Malika Favre’s posters for the BAFTA’s, Nicholas Stevenson’s Home Sweet Home series and Olivier Kugler’s Portraits of Syrian Refugees in Iraqi Kurdistan.

via itsnicethat

 

Nicholas Stevenson, Home Sweet Home
Nicholas Stevenson, Home Sweet Home
Olivier Kugler, Portraits of Syrian Refugees in Iraqi Kurdistan
Olivier Kugler, Portraits of Syrian Refugees in Iraqi Kurdistan
 Malika Favre, BAFTA Film Awards Brochures 2015
Malika Favre, BAFTA Film Awards Brochures 2015
Andrew Rae, Moonhead
Andrew Rae, Moonhead
Royal Mail: Grahame Baker Smith/Alice in Wonderland
Royal Mail: Grahame Baker Smith/Alice in Wonderland
Richard Johnson/Snowstorm
Richard Johnson/Snowstorm
Julinu (Julian Mallia) - The Plight of the Homeless Orca by: Aġenzija Żgħażagħ<br /><br />
Julinu (Julian Mallia) – The Plight of the Homeless Orca by: Aġenzija Żgħażagħ
Bartosz Kosowski/Person of the Year/TIME
Bartosz Kosowski/Person of the Year/TIME
Edinburgh College of Art: Sara Ljeskovac/French Filmposter
Edinburgh College of Art: Sara Ljeskovac/French Filmposter
Michael Driver - Work Life
Michael Driver – Work Life
Pieter Van Eenoge - Bruges City Game<br /><br />
Pieter Van Eenoge – Bruges City Game

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