We are honored to share the news that we have released the highly anticipated Book of Creative Communication featuring the Winners of the previous edition, 2022. This remarkable compilation is now available to order as a print-on-demand service, allowing creative enthusiasts worldwide to own a tangible collection of outstanding work.

A Celebration of Creativity, Global Talent and Innovations

Fontpage of the C2A Book of Creative Communication 2022The C2A Book of Creative Communication 2022 is a celebration of exceptional talent and innovative projects from across the globe. Carefully selected by our esteemed C2A jury, these projects represent the winners of the fourth edition of the Creative Communication Awards. From breathtaking design concepts to cutting-edge advertising campaigns, digital media innovations to groundbreaking branding strategies, this book captures the very essence of effective communication in various fields.

We believe that inspiration should be accessible to all. That’s why we have made every effort to keep the Book of Creative Communication 2022 affordable. Unlike traditional publishing models, we have eliminated the extra costs of book creation. Instead, you will only be charged for the printing and delivery, ensuring that you receive a high-quality publication without breaking the bank.

Meet our Print-on-Demand Partner – Lulu

To order your copy of the Book of Creative Communication 2022, we have partnered with the renowned print-on-demand platform, Lulu. Their user-friendly interface makes the ordering process seamless and convenient. 

Simply go to LULU to explore the page-turning journey that awaits you.

Through the print-on-demand service, we aim to provide an inclusive and cost-effective solution for enthusiasts, industry professionals, and creative minds to access this exceptional collection of award-winning projects. Each page of the book reflects the passion, talent, and visionary thinking of the individuals and teams behind these extraordinary works.

The Book of Creative Communication 2022 serves as a timeless source of inspiration and a testament to the power of effective communication. Whether you seek innovative ideas, cutting-edge approaches, or simply wish to immerse yourself in the world of creativity, this publication will undoubtedly captivate your imagination.

Embark on a Visual Journey

By ordering the Book of Creative Communication 2022, you are embarking on a visual journey through the minds of some of the most talented creatives on the planet. It is a testament to their relentless pursuit of excellence and their ability to push the boundaries of what is possible in the realm of communication.

Order your Copy of the Book of Creative Communication 2022

We invite you to seize this opportunity and order your copy of the Book of Creative Communication 2022 today. Remember, we have eliminated the additional costs typically associated with book creation. You will only pay for the printing and delivery, ensuring an accessible and affordable experience for all.

Stay connected with the Creative Communication Awards (C2A) for more updates, events, and groundbreaking projects that continue to shape the world of communication. We are excited to have you join us on this journey of creativity and innovation.

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Los Angeles – The winners of the 2023 Creative Communication Award have been revealed, marking another year of celebrating excellence and innovation in the field of design and communication. Following the tremendous success of the 2022 edition, this year’s competition attracted a diverse array of outstanding submissions from visionary creatives worldwide.

A Stellar Showcase of Creative Brilliance

A distinguished panel of industry experts renowned for their discerning judgment and unwavering standards meticulously evaluated entries across 18 distinct categories. From graphic design and communication to photography, advertising, and digital media, the 2023 Creative Communication Award winners have been selected for their unparalleled originality and ingenuity.

The Universal Language of Design

Regardless of their geographical origins, the winners all share a common language – the language of design. They have demonstrated a profound understanding of human nature and the ability to convey ideas in ways that deeply resonate with people. In this diverse world of design, they have set a shining example of what’s achievable.

Praise for the Visionaries

Esteemed jurors showered accolades upon this year’s winners, recognizing their boundless talent, unwavering dedication, and innovative thinking. These creative visionaries have made a significant impact on the pivotal role that design plays in our contemporary world.

Each year, serving on the C2A jury is both a privilege and a joy, allowing me to evaluate some of the most captivating design projects. It serves as a delightful window through which I can witness the diverse creative perspectives of my colleagues, offering a boundless source of inspiration. This competition not only enriches the jury members’ experiences but also fosters growth and celebrates the richness of creative diversity among all participants.”

– Chiara Aliotta, Art Director, Until Sunday

The Best of the Best

In acknowledgment of the exceptional quality displayed in this year’s entries, the “Best of Best” title has been awarded to multiple remarkable projects that achieved the highest scores across all categories. These projects epitomize the pinnacle of creative achievement and deserve special recognition.


  • The Macallan Horizon – Innovative technologies (VR and other) / Advertising; Luxury products / Packaging by Master For You Agency
  • The University of Hong Kong Annual Report 2022-23 – Printed annual reports / Annual Reports by The Cabinet
  • Re-Route Festival – Brochures / Books by Plus Collaboratives
  • ADM Undergraduate Prospectus 2023/2024 – Brochures / Books by Factory
  • Non-Binary Nature – Limited Edition Books / Books by Studio Xxy
  • Half a Century of Building Storeys / Un demi-siècle et toujours NEUF – Limited Edition Books / Books; Other books / Books by NEUF Architect(e)s
  • NakedLab Rebranding – Brand identity / Branding by The Cabinet
  • ADM Show 2022 – Other / Branding by Factory
  • 83,000,000 PHOTOS OUTPUTTING, amanaimages – Temporary exhibitions / Exhibition design by Freelance
  • B.LEAGUE ALL STAR GAME 2023 – Temporary exhibitions / Exhibition design; Animations / TV / Film / Animation by Sony Music Solutions
  • Warner Bros Advanced Narratives Website Design & Development – Online experiences / Online Media by L+R



  • Green – Calendars / Other Print (Magazines; Newspapers; Calendars) by Good Morning Inc.
  • Cinema Infographics 2022 – Professional journals / Other Print (Magazines; Newspapers; Calendars) by Jonathan Atilio Flores Figueroa
  • The Wine Bag – Beverage / Packaging by A.S. Strategy Branding & Communication
  • Blanton’s 2022 – Beverage / Packaging by Coho Creative
  • Cherries – Fashion / Photography; Advertising / Photography by 2bplusphoto
  • Archetypes – Landscape / Photography; Nature / Photography by Davide Esposito
  • Broken Moon – Landscape / Photography by Steven Stanley Manolakis
  • Poetic – Other / Photography by Dale M Reid Photography
  • Andis Company beSPOKE Centennial Trimmer Launch Video – Promotional video / TV / Film / Animation by Evoke Agency
  • Flip – Promotional video / TV / Film / Animation by Demonstrate
  • Meet Planable – Promotional video / TV / Film / Animation by Planable Inc.
  • Callie – your AI-powered mental health companion – User Experience Design / UI & UX Design by Cress Healt
  • 2:2 Akvavit – Beverage / Packaging; Brand design / Branding by Aida Pioneer
  • Gateway Newark – Brand design / Branding by Gensler
  • Brentwood School – Wayfinding / Functional Typography by RSM Desig
  • TOTETSU Training Institute – Wayfinding / Functional Typography by Motive Inc.
  • Stanford Jazz Festival & Workshop Campaign 2023 – Print campaigns / Advertising by 300FeetOut
  • SHMOG NXT -Virtual exhibition / Exhibition design by Coordination Asia (Shanghai) Architecture Design & Consulting Co., Ltd.
  • Only Albuquerque – Social media campaigns / Advertising; Social Responsibility by Square
  • Sunhouse Craft – Social responsibility focus / Social Responsibility by Media-Objectives


Discover Excellence

The complete list of winners, including the Best of Best honorees, as well as Honorable Mentions spanning both professional and amateur entries, is now available for viewing on the Creative Communication Award website’s Winners Gallery. Explore these outstanding works of creativity and join in the celebration of the exceptional talent that graced the 2023 Creative Communication Award.

Sharing the Achievement

Heartfelt congratulations are extended to the winners, along with encouragement to share this remarkable accomplishment with their respective audiences. The creativity displayed by the awardees has not only earned them prestigious recognition but has also garnered the admiration of peers, partners, and clients alike. Together, a collective effort is urged to spread the word about these outstanding achievements and inspire the world with their creative brilliance.

Anticipating more exciting updates as the Creative Communication Award looks ahead to another year of fostering creativity, innovation, and inspiration, the commitment remains unwavering to shine a spotlight on the world’s most remarkable creative designs.

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Museum Exhibitions: Exploring the Best of the Best in 2023 

Museum exhibitions are a fascinating way to showcase a range of art, cultural heritage artifacts, and contemporary works. They provide an opportunity to engage with visitors through temporary displays, permanent exhibitions, digital interactives, and exhibition catalogues. Museums around the world curate exhibitions that not only entertain but also educate visitors about art, culture, and history. In this article, we will explore the best museum exhibitions to check out in 2023 in Europe, the US, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.

What Are the Museum Exhibitions? 

Museum exhibitions are curated collections of art, cultural heritage artifacts, and contemporary works. They are designed to showcase the works of art in a way that is both educational and entertaining. Exhibitions can be temporary displays, permanent exhibitions, or traveling exhibitions that move from one museum to another. They can also include digital interactives and exhibition catalogues that provide additional information and context to the exhibits.

How to Get Art Exhibited in a Museum? 

Getting art exhibited in a museum is not an easy task. Museums have a specific set of criteria that they follow when selecting exhibits. The first step is to research the museum and its exhibitions to determine if your art fits their style and theme. Once you have identified a museum, you should prepare a proposal that includes detailed information about your art, its relevance, and its significance. You may also need to provide a portfolio of your work, along with references and recommendations from other artists or galleries.

Types of Museum Exhibitions 

There are many types of museum exhibitions, including:

  • permanent exhibitions,
  • temporary displays,
  • and traveling exhibitions.

Permanent exhibitions are displays that remain in a museum for an extended period of time. Temporary displays are exhibits that are showcased for a shorter duration, usually a few months. Traveling exhibitions are displays that move from one museum to another, often showcasing a particular theme or style.

Top 3 Winners of Creative Communication Awards (C2A) in Category Museum Exhibitions 

The Creative Communication Awards (C2A) recognize outstanding creativity and communication across a range of industries, including museum exhibitions. The following are the top three winners of the C2A in the category of Museum Exhibitions:

1. “Music For Everyone: Variations on a Theme”

Winner in Museum Exibitions - Music For Everyone- Variations on a Theme
by FACTORY, a Singapore and Shenzhen-based art and design studio

The exhibition, which premiered in the 58th Venice Biennale, features the works of artist Song-Ming Ang and explores the intersections of music-making and ideology. With vibrant and playful branding, the exhibition space is designed to parallel the spontaneity and improvisation of music itself. The use of color blocks and juxtaposition of lively and dignified tones creates an inviting space that can be enjoyed by all.

Curated by Michelle Ho and photographed by Quek Jia Liang, this homecoming exhibition in Singapore is a must-see for art and music lovers alike.

2. Ford Calumet Environmental Center

Winner in Museum Exhibitions - Ford Calumet Environmental Center
a stunning museum exhibit designed by Valerio Dewalt Train

Once an ecological sanctuary, the Calumet Region was altered by more than a century of industrialization before becoming the Chicago Park District’s largest reclamation project. The Ford Calumet Environmental Center serves as a gateway and hub, educating visitors about its past and setting a precedent for a sustainable future where industry, nature, and culture can coexist.

The 9,300-square-foot facility boasts a permanent exhibit featuring the history and environmental advocacy of the park, providing a vital space for visitors to connect with the environment and learn about the importance of sustainable practices.

With stunning photography by Tom Harris, this exhibit truly captures the beauty and significance of the Calumet Region.

3. Tim and Gina Fairfax Discovery Centre

Winner in Museum Exhibitions - The Tim and Gina Fairfax Discovery Centre
designed by Arterial Design for the National Museum of Australia

This immersive and interactive experience connects stories from the museum’s collection and encourages multi-generational learning. Each story is designed with multiple layers of engagement and accessibility, addressing diverse learning styles and abilities.

The inclusion of work from Indigenous artists and acknowledgment of diverse cultural perspectives on knowledge sharing demonstrates Arterial’s commitment to cultural sensitivity and inclusion.

Arterial Design is a master in designing cultural learning environments, offering expertise in all mediums, from 2D graphics to immersive environments and museum-quality object display systems.

Best Museum Exhibitions to check out in 2023

Museum exhibitions are not just about viewing art or cultural heritage artifacts. They provide an immersive experience, a window into the past, and a glimpse into the future. The exhibitions offer visitors an opportunity to learn, explore, and interact with the world’s greatest treasures.

In 2023, museums around the world are planning to showcase their most spectacular exhibitions yet. From Europe to the US and Asia, the exhibitions will range from contemporary art galleries to permanent exhibitions, temporary displays, and cultural heritage artifacts. Here’s a detailed look at the best museum exhibitions to check out in 2023:

Best Museum Exhibitions in Europe:

The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam will host “Vermeer,” an exhibition that brings together 28 of Johannes Vermeer’s paintings, including his famous work “The Milkmaid.” This is a unique opportunity to see these paintings together in one place.
*From Feb 10 – Jun 4, 2023

In London, the Victoria and Albert Museum will showcase “Donatello: Sculpting the Renaissance,” the largest-ever exhibition dedicated to the Renaissance sculptor Donatello in the UK. Visitors can admire some of his best works and join additional programs planned by the museum.
* Closes June 11, 2023

In Paris, the Musée d’Orsay will present “Manet/Degas,” an exhibition that highlights the works of Édouard Manet and Edgar Degas, two influential artists who lived and worked in Paris during the beginnings of modern art.
*From Mar 28 – Jul 23, 2023

Edgard Degas Jeune femme à l'ibis - museum exhibition
Credits: Musée d’Orsay – Edgar Degas

In Munich, the State Museum of Egyptian Art will present “Golden Mummies of Egypt,” an exhibition that explores the theme of the afterlife in ancient Egypt.

In Copenhagen, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art will host a retrospective of Dana Schutz’s artworks, showcasing pieces from the past twenty years of her career. The exhibition will later travel to the Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris.
*From Feb 18 – Dec 31, 2023


Best Museum Exhibitions in US:

Chicago – “Van Gogh and the Avant-Garde: The Modern Landscape” at the Art Institute of Chicago examines Vincent van Gogh’s influence on the modern landscape through works by the artist and his contemporaries, tracing his impact on 20th-century art.
*From May 14 – Sep 4, 2023

New York – “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is a dedicated survey of the legendary fashion designer’s designs for fashion houses including Balmain, Patou, Chloé, Fendi, and Chanel, accompanied by original sketches made by Lagerfeld himself.
*From May 5 – Jul 16, 2023

A line of beauty - Karl Lagerfeld - New York Museum of Art
Credits: Met Museum – Karl Laderfeld – A line of beauty

Boston – “Simone Leigh” at the ICA Boston is the artist’s first comprehensive survey, featuring roughly two decades’ worth of ceramics, sculptures, and other works that have quickly established Leigh as one of the defining artists of our current era. The show also travels to the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C. later in the year.
*From Apr 6 -Sep 4, 2023

Atalanta – “Bruce Onobrakpeya: The Mask and the Cross” at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta is the first solo exhibition at an American museum for the Nigerian artist, whose work explores religious imagery and Nigerian folklore, and which has helped define postcolonial art and culture in Nigeria.
*From Apr 7 – Jul 30, 2023

Best Museum Exhibitions in Asia, Africa, Middle East:

The Feast at The Israel Museum, Jerusalem: This exhibition explores the rituals and ceremony attached to banqueting and food in the ancient Near East between the third and first millennia BC. Visitors can learn about the social, political and cultural role of communal feasting and see highlights such as an Iraqi cylinder seal dating from 2600 BC and a Mycenaean gold cup from around 1500 BC, both on loan from the British Museum in London.
*From Apr 28- Dec 31, 2023

the feast - museum exhibition in Jerusalem
Credits: The Israel Museum, Jerusalem – The Feast

Bollywood Superstars: A Short Story of Indian Cinema at Louvre Abu Dhabi: This exhibition showcases more than 40 films and 80 artworks that explore the diverse origins and influences of Indian cinema. Visitors can see film props, shadow puppets, photographs, Mughal armor, daggers, and religious lithographs, among other objects.
*From Jan 24 – Jun 4, 2023

When We See Us: A Century of Black Figuration in Painting at Zeitz MOCAA, Cape Town: This exhibition features more than 200 works of art from the past 100 years that explore black self-representation and celebrate global black consciousness and experiences. It is organized around six themes, including Sensuality, Joy, and Emancipation, and brings figurative paintings into dialogue with works by leading black thinkers, authors, and poets working today.
*From Nov 22, 2022 – Sep 3, 2023

Liu Kuo-sung: Experimentation as Method at the National Gallery of Singapore: This major retrospective on the Chinese artist Liu Kuo-sung showcases more than 80 artworks that reflect his experimentation with traditional Chinese ink painting and his exploration of new materials, techniques, and forms. Visitors can learn about his influence on modern art in Asia and beyond.
*From Jan 13 – Nov 26, 2023


Applying for the Creative Communication Award (C2A) – Category: Museum Exhibition Awards

If you are a museum curator, designer, or artist, you can apply for the Creative Communication Award to gain additional recognition for your work. The C2A recognize exceptional creativity and communication in a range of categories, including museum exhibitions. The awards are open to individuals, agencies, and organizations around the world. Applying for the C2A is a great way to showcase your work and gain recognition from industry professionals.

Museum exhibitions offer a unique opportunity to engage with art, culture, and history in a meaningful way. From temporary displays to permanent exhibitions and traveling exhibits, there is something for everyone to enjoy. The best museum exhibitions in 2023 are sure to be an exciting and educational experience. If you are a museum curator, designer, or artist, apply for the C2A to gain additional recognition for your work.

Brand identity is an essential aspect of any business, whether small or big. It is the foundation of your business and how your customers perceive your brand. Building a strong brand identity takes time, effort, and creativity. A well-crafted brand identity can help your business stand out in a competitive market, build trust with your customers, and ultimately drive growth. In this article, we will explore the eight elements of brand identity, examples of brand identity, the five pillars of brand identity, and what makes a good brand identity. Additionally, we will showcase three best-of-best brand identity winning projects.


8 Elements of Brand Identity

The eight elements of brand identity are crucial to creating a strong and memorable brand. These elements include:

1. Logo Design

A logo is the visual representation of your brand. It is the first thing that people notice when they come across your business. A well-designed logo should be unique, memorable, and communicate your brand’s message.

2. Brand Name

The name you choose for your brand defines everything, is at the base of what you wish to tell the world about your brand. It introduces what you do and who you are, it will help your audience remember you and differenciate you from the competition.

3. Brand Recognition

Brand recognition refers to how easily your customers can identify your brand. It includes the visual cues that you use in your branding, such as your logo, colors, and typography.

4. Marketing Strategy

Marketing strategy is how you promote your brand to your target audience. It includes the tactics and channels you use to reach your customers, such as social media, email marketing, or advertising.

5. Brand Messaging

Brand messaging is the language and tone you use to communicate your brand’s message to your customers. It includes your brand’s mission statement, tagline, and value proposition.

6. Brand Reputation

Brand reputation is how your customers perceive your brand’s image and reputation. It includes the quality of your products or services, your customer service, and your overall brand image.

7. Visual Identity

Visual identity includes the visual elements of your brand, such as your logo, colors, typography, and imagery. These elements should be consistent across all of your marketing channels and communications.

8. Brand Guidelines

Brand guidelines are a set of rules and guidelines that ensure the consistent use of your brand’s visual elements and messaging. They help to maintain brand consistency and ensure that your brand is represented accurately across all channels.


Examples of Brand Identity

Let’s take a look at some examples of strong brand identity:


Nike’s brand identity is easily recognizable through its iconic “swoosh” logo, bold typography, and the brand’s signature “Just Do It” tagline. Nike’s branding is consistent across all channels, from their website to their social media presence.


Apple’s brand identity is known for its minimalist and sleek design. The brand’s logo is simple, elegant, and easily recognizable. Apple’s branding is consistent across all products, packaging, and marketing materials.


Coca-Cola is a brand that is known for its iconic red and white color scheme, classic typography, and signature bottle shape. The company’s commitment to brand consistency is evident across all of its products and marketing materials. In 2018, Coca-Cola’s brand identity was further enhanced through its sponsorship of the FIFA World Cup in Russia. The company’s logo was designed to reflect the event’s location, featuring simple geometric shapes inspired by football, and traditional Russian typography from the constructivism period. This successful branding initiative helped to reinforce Coca-Cola’s identity as a global brand and a leader in the world of sports marketing.


The 5 Pillars of Brand Identity

The five pillars of brand identity are the foundational elements that make up your brand’s identity. These pillars include:

1. Purpose

Your brand’s purpose is the reason why you exist. It includes your mission statement, values, and vision.

2. Consistency

Consistency is the key to building a strong brand identity. Your brand’s visual elements and messaging should be consistent across all channels.

3. Differentiation

Differentiation is what sets your brand apart from your competitors. It includes your unique value proposition and brand messaging.

4. Emotional Connection

Emotional connection is the relationship you build with your customers. It includes your brand’s personality, tone of voice, and the emotional response that your brand evokes.

5. Flexibility

Flexibility is the ability to adapt to changing circumstances while maintaining brand consistency. It includes the ability to adapt your brand’s messaging and visual elements to fit new marketing channels or campaigns.


What Makes a Good Brand Identity?

A good brand identity is one that is memorable, consistent, and authentic. It should communicate your brand’s values, personality, and unique selling proposition. A good brand identity should be easily recognizable and stand out in a crowded marketplace. Additionally, a good brand identity should be adaptable and flexible, able to evolve with your business over time.

Now let’s take a look at three of the best-of-best brand identity winning projects from the Creative Communication Award.


Winning Project 1: ”Menwen”

MENWEN, a crystal jewelry brand, believes that a slow-paced lifestyle creates a better self, and adorable jewelry gives people confidence and pleasure. The exquisite brand identity is built on the abbreviation of MENWEN and transformed into a delicate typeface with a classical frame. 

The composed olive green color and marble texture make the brand look not just elegant, but mystic and refined. To create a world of fantasy, a classical MENWEN castle is built and gracefully embedded with symbolizing elements, such as owls, Polaris, hourglasses, arches, gems, etc. Discover how MENWEN’s brand identity creates a magical experience!

Menwen - C2A Best of Best in Brand Identity_

Winning Project 2: ”Future Format”

Future Format is a brand that seamlessly blends past and future, tradition and innovation. The initials “FF” are the core element of the brand’s identity and incorporate the values of materiality, craftsmanship, technology, and performance. 

The brand’s unique visual system is based on the size scale and the dynamics of the dot as a key structural element. The team at Semiotik designed the brand identity, led by Dimitris Koliadimas, who previously co-founded and was creative director of Designers United.

Future Format - C2A Best of Best in Brand Identity

Winning Project 3: ”Hurry’

Hurry, a company that helps retailers deliver products within an hour, won the Best of Best in Brand Identity/Branding prize. The project was led by Alex Martineau and executed by a team comprising Simon Goetz, Brenan Stetzer, Noora Manchanda, and Xochitl Lozano from Milkshake Studio

Hurry’s concept was built around the idea of “shrinking communities,” where the company’s services helped local businesses thrive by providing logistical advantages similar to those of large retailers. The brand identity, designed by Milkshake Studio, showcases Hurry’s mission to provide an efficient and community-centric service with no ambiguous driver pay or lost packages.

Hurry - C2A Best of Best in Brand Identity

A strong brand identity is essential for any business looking to stand out in a competitive market. The eight elements of brand identity and the five pillars of brand identity provide a framework for creating a memorable and consistent brand identity. Examples of strong brand identity include Nike, Apple, and Coca-Cola. A good brand identity is memorable, consistent, authentic, and adaptable. By following these principles, businesses can create a strong brand identity that resonates with their customers and drives growth. Finally, the three best-of-best brand identity winning projects showcased in this article demonstrate the power of a well-crafted brand identity in different industries.

Congratulations to all C2A 2022 Winners!

Now’s the time to spread the word about your success as a C2A Winner in national, local and online media. This message will give you some tips on how to do that.

Download the full press release here.

The 2022 edition of the Creative Communication Award has seen hundreds of inspiring submissions from around the world. After a rigorous voting process by the esteemed jury panel of industry professionals, original and innovative concepts and ideas have emerged, with winners selected across eighteen categories including graphic design, communication, photography, advertising, and digital media. Download the full press release here.

Fight for Kindness: a global event to spread inspiring typographic messages from the design community.

From November 5 to 13, a multi-location exhibition to celebrate World Kindness Day.Download the full press release here.

Featuring awarded projects of the 2021 edition of the Creative Communication Award, the Book of Creative Communication celebrates and honors creativity, excellence and outstandingly executed ideas in graphic, communication design, advertising and digital media. The book features Best of Best, Winners and Honorable Mention recipients, in the professional and amateur disciplines.Download the full press release here.

The Creative Communication Award is pleased to announce its 2021 winners! The award program has received remarkable works from all around the globe. Our stellar pool of jurors ⁠ had a truly challenging time selecting the winning entries. Discover the incredible international projects selected by our expert C2A jury in the 2021 Winners Gallery. Download the full press release here.

The Creative Communication Award is pleased to launch its third edition, inviting professional and student creatives from all around the world to submit their most innovative and compelling designs for consideration in this prestigious competition.Download the full press release here.



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