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Design against Fur: Fashion Victims

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 31-01-2008 21:21 | Category: Animal rights, Design



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As I mentioned in the news item today, the Design against Fur (DAF) contest 2008 is now open for submissions. Designers and design students from the Netherlands can find all information here.
In the weeks to come you’ll see the “new look” for the DAF contest on their dedicated web site: DesignAgainstFur.com. You’ll still be able to access the contest at inFURmation.com.

This year they are asking you to convey the message that the wearing of fur is cruel and unnecessary (Note: you will not be required to use specific words in your poster for 2008 like in the previous years). DAF want you to show them how to make fur unfashionable. And, new for this year they are having an International Flash Animation contest with the same theme as the poster contest.

At Osocio we didn’t write about the 2007 competition because of the migration from Houtlust to our new site. Now it is a good moment to watch the highlights from last year. The nice thing about such a competition are the remarkable regional differences. In this post you see some winners and my personal favourites. All the artwork can be seen at the Design against Fur website.
Above the winner of the Todd Oldham Award in the USA region: Maren Guse. At the bottom of the post the three animation winners from the UK and Ireland region.


International Grand Prize Winning Poster and second price in the Europe & International region: Katja Aalto, Finland
Title: Catwalk

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People’s Choice Award Winning Poster: Johanna Basto, Quebec, Canada

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Europe & International region; first price: Harmony Gricini, Belgium

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Europe & International region; third price: Daria Paraboni, Helga Pellegrini, Benedetta Lucca, Milan, Italy

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China Region Special Recommendation: Zhang Kechun, Sichuan

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U.S. region; first price: Danielle Nastri, Florida

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U.S. region; second price: Kim Quinn

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U.S. region; third price: Jonathan Crissey

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U.S. region; Todd Oldham Award: Maren Guse

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U.S. region; David Carson Award: Cecile Cano

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Russian region; second price: Alina Gizatulina
Copy: “Why? Is it only for my fur?”

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Russian Region Commendation: Elena Sinelnikova
Copy: “Let animals wear their own fur”

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UK & Ireland region; first price: Sarah-Leigh Wills, Falmouth

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UK & Ireland region; third price: Yinan (Kiki) Song, London

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UK & Ireland region; Animation contest
First price: Alex Pierly


Second price: Steve Quantick & Ben Rex


Third price: Leigh Criddle & Dan Sommers






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Comments about Design against Fur: Fashion Victims

im entering this year but it looks like i have alot of work to do to be in with a chance

Posted by CalOwell | 22-02-2008 12:42

Comments about Design against Fur: Fashion Victims

i feel bad for the animals they did anything wrong.they get kill just for their fur and other stuff. Stop killing god creation

Posted by Brenda | 12-06-2008 15:45



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