Five recipients of this year’s Design Week Awards have been named on the shortlist for the 2002 D&AD Awards, unveiled today (Wednesday). The winners of the D&AD Awards, known familiarly as the Yellow Pencils, will be announced on 22 May at a ceremony hosted by actor Stephen Fry.
Of the Design Week winners, Johnson Banks’ Fab brochure for paper manufacturer Townsend Hook (Smurfit) is included in the graphic design category, Ideo Europe’s CD player for Muji features in product design, while 6a Architects’ work on the Oki-Ni store in Savile Row, London and Wilkinson Eyre’s Magna science centre in Rotherham are both cited in the environmental design and architecture category. Airside is listed in the digital category for Jam: Tokyo-London.
Also up for an award is Browns and Farrow Design in the graphic design section for the Pandora’s Box posters and Spiritualized Let it Come Down CD cover respectively.
In the corporate and brand identity category, 2GD/2 Graphic Design is shortlisted for work with Danish Designers and Carter Wong Tomlin for the Lowe & Partners identity.
Aboud Sodano is shortlisted in editorial and book design for You Can Find Inspiration in Everything, published by Violette Editions, while Innocent’s in-house work on its bottle labels is a contender for writing in design. In packaging, Lovegrove Studio’s bottle shape for Ty Nant water is shortlisted.
Apple Computer has three entries in the product design category – the Titanium PowerBook G4, the iBook and the iPod.