Global Design Challenge
Old and New Economic Models
A movement, it’s also visual, one of the most straightforward ways to define eras is by looking at graphics and apparels.
The 2020 Fvtura Global Design Challenge is presenting the present and also implying the future we are shaping. Graphics and apparels can solve problems directly. Be aware of, be creative, and be right and let’s change society with the power of creativeness!
A good movement always has clear and creative artwork. The goal of the 2020 Fvtura Design Challenge is to present
” Old and New Economic Models. “
Economic Models stand for many things such as capitalism, wealth distribution, modern slavery, human right, happiness, and a lot more. What economic models could we create that would make people collaborate towards a common, constructive future?
Be part of this challenge that wants to shape a better future,
help telling stories that can fuel a new, young, disruptive movement.
5 Steps to Take an Action
1. Sign Up
Sign up with a form and participate in the 2020 Global Design Challenge! You will receive detailed information about the process by email as soon as your form is reviewed.
2. Join a Group
Join a group of the Global Design Challenge and meet mindful designers out there! Share your updates, what makes you inspire, and what matters to you.
3. Share Your Progress
Share your progress of work or the thinking process until the announcement of the winner and get a higher chance to be shortlisted!
4. Submit Final Work
Submit your final work by sharing on your social media with @Fvtura_official tagged and post on your Wall on the Fvtura platform by 20th of December.
5. Get shortlisted!
The winners of the 2020 Fvtura Global Design Challenge will be announced on 21st December 2020!
Create an impact on society with your creativity.
Be Part of this Movement
Submit a Design for Apparel
Submit a Design for Graphic
Today’s fashion, it’s harsh, competitive, ruthless and exclusive (rather than inclusive). Showing models that represent only a few percentages of the population, defining unreal standards to make you always feel inadequate, never enough. With standards changing seasonally, fueling consumerism and a constant race for “the latest”. Not only this creates social and financial issues, but it’s also extremely polluting and unsustainable. Clothes, today, are made to be worn for one or a few seasons and then thrown away, made with materials that are cheap to buy, with synthetic dyes that are often toxic and polluting and overall hard to recycle. Can we do better? We do think so.
The artwork is one of the significant element for what it takes to be a successful movement. Many times, it is much more powerful than text-based or verbal communication continuously interacting with an audience. Do not limit your creativity. It can be a graphic for an online campaign, artwork for an exhibition, real picture with your inspiring illustration, painting, and others. What do you see from this world? And what do you want people to see and feel? How do you want to engage people with this challenge and movement? Let your design do.