The ability to find new ways of looking at familiar things is a super-skill for any designer. And when it comes to book design, this skill makes even more sense, because established impressions of the book you've read can prevent you from seeing other meanings and meanings in the author's ideas.
In a special Tic Tac® Fresh Concept category, we invite you to portray the meaning of a book you love in a single image. If you're excited about Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind, Valerian Pidmogilny's The City or any other book, think about the main meaning of it for you and frame your vision in a single poster-sized image. And let the meaning you see in your favorite book not coincide with the common one — it's even more interesting! After all, the main purpose of the category is to refresh the meanings of long-known books, to present the power of book design in a new way, and to draw attention to the important ideas that books broadcast to us.
You can use quotations from your chosen book, visual images, and make those accents in your work that you сonsider the clearest and most important.
One participant may submit an unlimited number of entries for the category, but one entry must focus on only one publication.
The winner of this nomination will receive a year's supply of freshness from Tic Tac® and a $1,000 prize for professional creative development.