Two Australians have won and one received an honourbale mention in the 2009 Design Green Project Awards in the US. The web-based awards recognise global examples of ‘green’ design across the disciplines of art, branding, environment, fashion, packaging, photography, print, design and interactive media. The winners in 2009 are: DESIGN GREEN AWARD Winner: The Tote […]
February 12th, 2009
Two Australians have won and one received an honourbale mention in the 2009 Design Green Project Awards in the US.
The web-based awards recognise global examples of ‘green’ design across the disciplines of art, branding, environment, fashion, packaging, photography, print, design and interactive media.
The winners in 2009 are:
DESIGN GREEN AWARD
The Tote Shopping Trolley
Jung Hyun Jee, Yu Yean
B. Sustainable Brand Identity
B. sustainable & Fst The Group
Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
Sara Claire & Esther
New York, New York, United States
Ridgewood, New Jersey, United States
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