05 October 2023
The Stone and Wood is an award given by the city of Bilbao together with the Provincial Council of Bizkaia within the framework of the Selected Europe: it promotes professionals and new talents within the design industry.
David Cabezuelo is finalist for this award thanks to Post-vision, his graduated project where he created the first colour chart/sampler for blind people. Post-vision is a social and inclusive project whose mission is to be a code of understanding of colour between blind and sighted people, as well as a bridge between the language of colour and the language of Braille.
David developed a colour chart that enables the knowledge of colour through the Braille language and that, in addition, allows the combination and definition of each of the Post-vision colours through its user manual.
All of this solves the day-to-day problem for blind people when choosing a colour by touch and taking into account Braille regulations. A project that looks at the real problems of blind people and seeks to attend to and improve their lives, responding to their requests.
On 23 and 24 November Selected event will take place in the city of Bilbao, an annual two-day event full of conferences, talks and activities to share ideas, exchange knowledge and new ideas and contribute to collective creativity in an environment of creative professionals and students. Among the activities that will take place during these two days is the Stone and Wood award.
All the best of luck to David!
The exhibition of the prizewinning works from the latest edition of the ADG Laus Awards officially opened at the Factoria Cultural in Terrassa on 14 September, featuring six projects from the Barcelona and Madrid schools of the Istituto Europeo di Design.
We are excited to announce the launch of the IED Dream Team, a group of alumni who have become leading professionals in their field, passionate about creativity and community growth: dedicated to endorsing our community projects and creativity
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The awards, which each year recognise the best graphic design projects in a range of categories, have recognised the talent of four students from IED Barcelona and two from IED Madrid.
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The IED Madrid course has finished this year, but the good news is still coming in. This time it’s awards for the Design school and students.
Every year the ADG Laus Awards for Graphic Design and Visual Communication go to the best projects selected from over 50 entries in five categories: Graphic Design, Digital Design, Advertising, Audiovisual and Students.
Due to the pandemic on 2020 the digital exhibitions took the place of the classic end-of-year physical showcases: IED has made a virtue of necessity.
IED is involved in the urban activation of neighbourhoods and districts through design