Design a Gift Card Competition
Now in its fourth year, the annual ‘Design a Gift Card’ competition is back!
If you are a third level design student, or a member of the public with a passion for design, this is your opportunity to showcase your talents! The One4all Design a Gift Card competition was established to recognise and reward Irish design talent, whether you’re a budding artist, keen photographer or design student. The winning design will be produced as a special edition One4all Gift Card and sold and distributed through One4all sales channels, making a fantastic inclusion in the portfolio of any budding designer.
The theme of this year’s competition is… ‘Happiness’! As purveyors of happiness, we are looking for designs to capture the feeling of happiness by creating their interpretation of what happiness is. Participants are asked to submit their design along with a 2-page report detailing the inspiration behind their design. Click here to view full design brief.
The winning design will receive a Macbook Pro, and their gift card design will gain nationwide exposure, being sold in Post Offices nationwide and through the One4all website. Five runners up will also receive a €100 One4all Gift Card with their own unique which will also be sold online.
Expert panel of judges
Contemporary street artist, illustrator and art teacher Joe Caslin has joined the expert panel of judges this year, which also includes renowned artist Helen Steele, entrepreneur and design expert Jerry Kennelly and One4all Group Marketing Manager, Aoife Davey. Born in Roscommon, Caslin will be an asset to this year’s panel with his passion for contemporary art. Monaghan based Steele has made waves in both the design and art world with an established profile in the UK, Middle East and United States. Jerry Kennelly, Founder and CEO of Tweak.com and awardee of the Deloitte Fast 50 Award, returns to this year’s panel with a keen eye for commercial design. Aoife Davey rounds out the judging panel with an established understanding of the commercials of the Irish gift card market.