A red dot for Objective Subject
The Associated Press Visual Identity wins the Red Dot seal of approval!
Objective Subject is thrilled to announce that its work for the Associated Press will receive the sought-after red dot in the “red dot award: communication design,” one of the world’s largest and most-acclaimed international design competitions, at a gala celebration in Berlin this fall.
15 jury members – design experts of international repute – assessed each of the total 6,823 entries in a process lasting several days. Just 511 works were awarded with a red dot. The decisions of the independent jury confirm the expertise of the laureates and document the latest trends in the industry.
All of the award-winning works of 2012 will be on display in the special exhibition “Design on stage – winners red dot award: communication design 2012” in the Alte Münze Berlin from October 25 – 28.
Read about Objective Subject’s work on the Associated Press visual identity system in our extended case study on the project.
The red dot design award is one of the world’s largest design competitions. The Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen started honoring excellent design in 1954, when it was called Industrieform e.V. Since then, the sought-after red dot established an internationally recognised seal of quality and is now awarded in three different disciplines.