Fresh 19 is a not-for-profit awards showcase that celebrates fresh creative talent. Back for its 2nd year, the global initiative is brought to you by Fabrik , the UK and Europe’s premier portfolio website builder.
Fresh 19 aims to resonate through the industry for years to come as a beacon for discovering and awarding talent on merit, without compromise. Through our creativity we make sense of our world. Our capacity to create thrives when there are no boundaries, no borders and no limits. Fresh 19 is inclusive and diverse, it is individual and cultural, but most of all it is free to everyone.
Fabrik’s CEO, Tim Jarvis: “Our mission is to support and celebrate talent. We’re using our platform to empower aspiring creatives to share their work with a global community, regardless of where they live, work, or what they’re creating. The awards are an opportunity for fresh creative voices to shape our culture and future.”
Last year’s Fresh 18 showcase saw 75 winning entries from more than 1600 approved entries. Fresh celebrated 19 gold, 29 silver and 27 bronze winners, including outstanding entries from Sevi Iko Dømochevsky, Pierre Fudaryli, Shiouwen Hong and Anthony Capristo; artists that are challenging and reimagining the human condition at the juxtaposition of technology and art.
Fresh 19 accepts creative entries in 30 categories spanning 6 genres – photography, film, cgi, design, styling and fine art. Each approved entry is reviewed for originality, freshness, inspiration and craft and scored by a world-class judging panel of over 120 culture makers and creative leaders.
You can view last year’s winning entries here.
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