Organisers of the D&AD Awards have revealed this year’s design category nominations. The final winners will be announced on May 24.
The Corporate and Brand Identity award includes two nominations for Lewis Moberly’s identity work for Stuart Crystal, and one for The Partners and its Models 1 logo. Identities for Joyco and the BBC, created by Pentagram Design and Lambie-Nairn respectively, have also been shortlisted. Keowelden Postma Associates is included for its AndrÃ© Dammers identity.
But ad agency Grey Advertising receives the only nomination in the Packaging Design award, for its CDA (Malaysia) brand label.
The Partners features again in the Graphic Design award for its Thrislington millennium calendar, alongside Slaughter-Hanson, Cahan & Associates, Tucker Clarke-Williams Creative, Claus Koch Corporate Communications and Sagmeister Inc. Form has been shortlisted for its work for Virgin Records.
CDT Design is listed in the Illustration category for its Royal Mail millennium stamps.
Two books – A Thousand Years, A Thousand Words and Rodinsky’s Chapel, designed respectively by Trickett & Webb and Mark Diaper, have been selected for the Editorial and Books category.
The Product Design award features three nominations for Apple Industrial Design – for the iBook, the PowerMac G4 and the Apple Cinema Display. The Ultima Squeeze Mop, by Addis Design, and Sottsass Associati’s Aero are also included. Tangerine is shortlisted for its work with British Airways.
Finally, the Environmental Design award sees nominations for Simon Condor Associates, for London’s Yo! Sushi Below Bar; Harper Mackay, for its work on the St Martins Lane Hotel; and Ideo Europe, for Watercycle Pavilion in the Millennium Dome.