【The Jury】 Stephan Bundi _ The jury of 2019 Taiwan International Graphic Design Award2019/6/24

 

Bundi graduated from the Bern School of Design (University of the Arts). He later studied book design and illustration at the State Academy of Art and Design in Stuttgart, before going into business for himself. As a designer and art director for film producers, concert promoters, museums, theatres and publishers, he combines unconventional ideas with practical Swiss tradition. 1999 Appointment as professor at the Bern University of the Arts. He also teaches and is a lecturer and expert in visual interpretation at Art and Design Universities in Switzerland and abroad. In 2008 he became an appointed Guest Professor at the Arts University in Nanjing, China. As the owner of a studio with employees and trainees, it is important to him that all authorship is clearly identified. When other individuals are involved in the design of one of his projects, they are listed by name in the credits. He participated as poster artist and jury member in international poster biennales. Bundi won first prizes in Chicago, Mexico, Mons (Belgium), New York, Sofia, Vienna, the ICOGRADA Excellence Award in Warsaw and several times the Swiss Poster Award. His posters are part of public collections worldwide. Member of Alliance Graphique Internationale and president of AGI-Switzerland (2010–2016).

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Taiwan International Graphic Design Award contains “Taiwan International Poster Design Award” and “Taiwan International CI Design Award.” Based on regulation of international jury, we invite professional design masters across continents to be our jury group. The jury panel of the past years has come from all over around the world, including the United States, Britain, Japan, Sweden, Belgium, Hong Kong, Australia, France, Denmark and other countries. Selected all the outstanding design works for TiGDA through their professional eyes and our fair selection processes.