Olivia Parker
Sep 27, 2018

JKR wins Campaign Asia's cover competition

We invited your submissions to design a cover for our 50th anniversary magazine, and one entry clearly stood out from the pack.

JKR wins Campaign Asia's cover competition

We are delighted to announce the winner of our cover competition, for which we invited designers and creatives around the region to create a cover for a special edition of Campaign Asia magazine that launches this week at Spikes Asia and for Campaign members

The brief was deliberately simple: create an image that sums up our headline and the theme of the magazine, which honours the 50th anniversary of the Campaign brand: 'Campaign at 50: 50 Asian stories to celebrate'. 

We received over 30 entries from across the continent but this fun and imaginative design by the Singapore team at Jones Knowles Ritchie was, we unanimously agreed, the standout winner. JKR won two free delegate passes to Spikes Asia in recognition of their work. 

Watch this space for a gallery of the runners-up, coming soon. 

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