D&AD honours student winners

D&AD has announced the winners of its New Blood Awards, ahead of the D&AD Student Awards taking place tonight.

D&AD has announced the winners of its New Blood Awards, ahead of the D&AD Student Awards taking place tonight.


Thirty six students exhibiting at the D&AD New Blood 2008 graduate recruitment exhibition were chosen as the ‘best in show’ in their respective disciplines.


They were selected by a panel of creative industry leaders as producers of the best work from the 120 exhibiting courses at the show.


Winners include Chris Wharton from Bath Spa University, Jonathan Naismith from Glasgow School of Art and Louise Pommeroy from Kingston University.


By contrast, the Student Awards consider a broader range of students, not just those attending the New Blood exhibition.


The students for this award respond to a set brief within fields such as product design, social design and illustration.


Entries to the Student Awards are open to international universities from October through to March on the charity’s website.

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  • rob norrington November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    . . . and Mat Doidge from Plymouth College of Art and Design – Best in Show for llustration. Where are the images of the work selected by the Newblood judging panel ?

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