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Originally from France, Baptiste Ringot is a self-taught designer currently working at Bleed in Oslo. With a fondness for black and white imagery, Baptiste has skilfully tackled branding and interactive projects for a whole host of international clients. His work has been rightly commended at the Visuelt and European Design Awards.

Shown here is Baptiste's arresting identity for Oslo-based dinner club Creation Foods.

Baptiste is one of 25 international creatives, victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. His awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 26th 2013

Owen Davey is an illustrator living and working in Leicestershire, United Kingdom. Since graduating from University College Falmouth in 2009, Owen has been commissioned by such clients as easyJet, Orange and The Times, and seen his characterful creations published in two books for children.

Pictured below are a couple of spreads from his third children's title, Laika, which is to be published by Templar Publishing later this year.

Owen is one of 25 international creatives, victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. His awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 26th 2013

Davy Evans is a Welsh-born, Brighton-based designer who experiments with photography to create ethereal imagery. Since graduating from the Graphic Design course at the University of Brighton in 2011, Davy has worked at Beggars Group, joinedthe ranks of digital creative agency FutureDeluxe and produced work for such clients as XL Recordings, 679 Artists and Sony Music.

Pictured below are a number of compositions created by Davy for The xx's current album Coexist, completed during his stint at Beggars Group. All of the images were produced in-camera to mirror the organic sound of the record.

Davy is one of 25 international creatives, victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. His awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 26th 2013

Studio Moross is a London-based creative design studio founded by illustrator and graphic artist Kate Moross. The studio works across a multitude of disciplines, with a focus on music-based projects. They have worked with a plethora of artists and labels including Simian Mobile Disco and Tom Vek.

Shown here is a promotional campaign the studio developed for Jessie Ware's album Devotion.

Studio Moross was victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. Their awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 19th 2013

Jaemin Lee is a graphic designer working and living in Seoul, South Korea. Since graduating from the Visual Communication Design course at Seoul National University, he has set up studio fnt, a multidisciplinary practice working on identity, interactive and typographic projects.

Pictured below is an identity project Jaemin worked on for Megabox, one of the biggest cinema chains in Korea, which encompassed logo, ticket and signage design.

Jaemin is one of 25 international creatives, victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. His awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 19th 2013

Jamie Breach is a London-based graphic designer who graduated from Kingston University in 2009. Soon thereafter, he began working as a Junior Designer at branding and communication studio NB, where he remains today; producing bold ideas for clients including Beefeater London Dry Gin and the London College of Communication.

Shown here a number of spreads taken from Tabletalk, a quarterly publication for the club members of Lynda Relph-Knight's legendary Design Dinners; a project for which Jamie led the design.

Jamie is one of 25 international creatives, victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. His awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 19th 2013

Sarah Vanbelle is an Antwerp-based illustrator and designer. Playful scenes and charming characters are abundant in her work; which to date has been commissioned for Flanders DC, Monocle and Poppunt among others.

Sarah also regularly produces spot illustrations for Belgian pop culture weekly Knack Focus, some of which can be seen below.

Sarah is one of 25 international creatives, victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. Her awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 19th 2013

Sebastian Baptista and Climent Canal, better known as Sebas & Clim, are two London-based directors and designers represented by London based production company Agile. A knack for fluid, energetic and stylish motion graphics is evident throughout their work, produced to date for the likes of the BBCCystic Fibrosis Trust and Pull & Bear.

Shown here is one of four shorts created by the pair to promote Italian telecom company Sparkle.

Sebas & Clim are one of 25 international creatives, victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. Their awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 19th 2013

Eiko Ojala is an illustrator, graphic designer and art director living and working in Tallinn, Estonia. Blending traditional papercut techniques with digital image manipulation; he's caught the eye of clients commissioned including Harvard Business Review, The New York Times and the V&A Museum. He is represented by EW-Agency and La Suite, and last year was among the nominees for Illustrative's Young Illustrators Award.

An editorial project exploring our emotional connection with food for his local weekly Eestin Express can be seen below.

Eiko is one of 25 international creatives, victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. His awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 19th 2013

The Entente is the name of a London-based practice formed by Anthony Sheret and Edd Harrington. In addition to working an array of print and web design projects for clients including Brighton Photo Fringe and Photoworks, the pair also design and distribute limited edition typefaces through their type foundry Colophon.

Pictured below is one such typeface, Aperçu. Since its release in 2009, the font has been adopted by such institutions as De Wiels, MoMA and the Walker Art Center.

The Entente was victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. Their awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 19th 2013

Paul Felton is a London-based graphic designer, currently working at brand consultancy Purpose. Paul has received numerous accolades since graduating from Staffordshire University in 2005, from bodies including ADC, ISTD and D&AD; and has produced work for clients, including the Design Council, Orange and Royal Mail.

A selection of spreads from a catalogue produced for antiquarian book dealer Simon Beattie can be seen below.

Paul is one of 25 international creatives, victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. His awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 19th 2013

Gabriella Barouch is an Israeli illustrator and graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. Her YCN Professional Award will sit on the shelf next to a Grand Prix award from the international Hiii Illustration competition. Her delicate drawings have to date been published in Digital Arts, Elephant and TimeOut Israel magazines.

Pictured below are extracts from a travel diary, inspired by her native Jerusalem.

Gabriella is one of 25 international creatives, victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. Her awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 19th 2013

Golden Cosmos is the working name of Berlin-based duo Doris Freigofas and Daniel Dolz. Collectively they create character-based illustrations for clients including Bloomberg Businessweek, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. Unsurprisingly, this is not their first Award and they've also enjoyed profile in a plethora of publications and exhibitions worldwide.

The below spreads are taken from High Times, an illustrated concertina book published by Nobrow Press detailing humanity's quest to explore the skies.

Golden Cosmos was victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. Their awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 19th 2013

David Wilson is a London-based animator and film maker who graduated from the University of Brighton in 2009. Having been represented by Blinkink since 2011, David has produced impressive and meticulous work for the likes of Adam Buxton's BUG, Cancer Research UK and Guinness.

Shown is David's music video for Tame Impala's single Mind Mischief, which slickly blends animation and live action footage.

David is one of 25 international creatives, victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. His awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 18th 2013

Design by St is the name of the London-based practice founded by Studio8 alumni Steve Fenn and Tom Pollard. From editorial and animation to identity and exhibition design; the pair have worked on projects for Condé Nast, The Times and Wired

Shown here are some covers and spreads taken from Global Blue's SHOP, a regular publication art directed and designed by the duo.

Design by St was victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. Their awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 18th 2013

Illustrators and image makers The Makerie Studio (Julie Wilkinson and Joyanne Horscroft) produce intricate paper sculptures for a wide range of commercial clients. The pair's portfolio includes editorial illustration and installations for the likes of Lavazza, Vogue Accessory and Wallpaper*. Their work has won them an IPA Effectiveness Award and been exhibited at the 2012 Santorini Biennale of the Arts.

Shown here is The Emerald Omar, a life-sized peacock constructed from hand-printed Chiyogami papers, finished off with gold foil and Swarovski crystals. The sculpture was featured and sold on the Channel 4 program Four Rooms.

The Makerie Studio was victorious as part of the inaugural YCN Professional Awards. Their awarded work will shortly be presented in a special publication to commemorate this year's winners, and added to our coming online Showcase section.

  • Posted on Jun 17th 2013