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GDC15 International Juries





Artron Art Gallery(Shenzhen)


​International Exchange


On November 8, 2015, the “GDC15 International Juries Post-conference”was hosted by Shenzhen Graphic Design Association was held at the Artron Art Center. Once every two years, eight international judges and designers have a nine-hour marathon professional depth design seminar. “GDC15 International Juries Post-conference” is an important part of GDC. It consists of two activities, the first lecture and the second lecture, which provide a platform for in-depth exchange of domestic and international design concepts. During the event, eight GDC international judges participated in the whole process of the lecture, focusing on current design trends and hot spots.

Sandy Choi (HK CHN)

Founder of Sandy Choi Associates Limited

Topic: Neither East nor West:The Language of a Hong Kong Designer

James Bull(UK)

Co-founder & Creative Director of Moving Brands

Topic: Jim Bull, Co-Founder and CCO from Moving Brands


Atsuki Kikuchi(JPN)

Art Director & Graphic Designer

Topic: Creation Is Free. Production Needs Fee


Lars Müller(CH)

Former Chairman of AGI

Topic: Analogue Realities


Song XieWei(CHN)

Artist, Designer, Associate Dean of Central Academy of Fine Arts, Member of AGI

Topic: I Say


Katsuhiko Shibuya(JPN)

Executive Creative Director of Shiseido, member of AGI & TDC

Topic: The designers continue to convey the design of Shiseido


Mayan(HK CHN)

JWT's Global and Asia Pacific Creative Committee Chairman

Topic: You have me I have you

Lawrence Zeegen(UK)

Dean of the School of Design, London School of Communication and University of the Arts, London,

D&AD Honorary Vice President,

Vice President of the IGDA & IMDA

Topic: D&AD Promotion

Date: November 8, 2015

Time: 9:00-12:00; 14:00-18:00

Location: Artron Art Gallery(Shenzhen)

Sponsor: Shenzhen Graphic Design Association

Co-organizer: Artron Art Gallery(Shenzhen), Shenzhen Fringe Art Center

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