TEHRAN.(Iranart) –The winners of the Budapest International Foto Awards 2020 edition have been announced.
Even though this year was a tumultuous one, the C2A jury panel has seen exceptional creativity and design excellence. This second edition of the award was again a success and they received hundreds of remarkable works from all around the globe.
The Creative Communication Award announced the winners in its 2020 edition across eighteen different categories in communication design.
Several hundreds of remarkable works were submitted in this second edition of the C2A, by communication designers, agencies, graphic designers, freelancers, and digital media designers from around the world, all competing to be awarded by the jury of this prestigious competition.
The jurors praised this year’s winners for their creative excellence and world-class talent, and for their important contribution to the crucial role creative design plays in the world today. Hossein Farmani, C2A’s President, commented, "To say this has been a demanding and complicated year is a considerable understatement, but one thing is sure — the winners of this year’s C2A have shared some incredible projects, reminding us of the power of inspirational creative communication, even in difficult times."
With so many incredible entries and so much outstanding talent, the stellar pool of C2A jurors — comprised of creative industry professionals at the very top of their game — had a truly challenging time selecting the most outstanding entries. The full list of winners in each category and Honorable Mentions from across both professional and amateur entries can be viewed on the C2A website Winners Gallery.
For the first time, this year the jury also awarded a “Best Of Best” distinction to the most outstanding projects: thirty-two projects received this special mention.
Hossein Farmani is a well-known Iranian collector and founder and president of the Lucie Awards in New York, International Design Awards, International Photography Awards, Paris Photo Prize, London Creative Awards, Focus on AIDS, and Farmani Gallery. He has previously launched the "Steve House" cultural complex in Kashan.