Blak Labs Singapore challenges NAFA students to pass their test to win a 12 week placement

NAFA Ad.jpgStudents from Singapore's prestigious Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) School of Art and Design will be holding their Graduation Show tonight. To identify the brightest and most talented individuals, independent agency Blak Labs has issued a challenge with the promise of a 12-week placement.

The test, which has been given to students via their graduation booklet and digital channels, requires them to spot at least 10 design errors deliberately hidden in the ad. (If you're an industry practitioner, you should identify a minimum of 15 errors to be worth your salt!)

"Over the years, Blak Labs has been actively supporting NAFA's faculty and students with mentorship and internship opportunities. Many NAFA graduates have joined us and achieved great things," said Charlie Blower, Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Blak Labs.

"With this challenge, we hope to cherry-pick top creative minds with an eye for detail, befitting Blak Labs' philosophy of offering our clients the highest level of Creative Care," added Koh Hwee Peng, NAFA alumna and Blak Labs Co-Founder.

Although aimed at NAFA students, this challenge is open to anyone keen enough to give it a shot. Send your answers to talktous@blaklabs.com now 

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John said:

Over the years, Blak Labs has been actively supporting NAFA's faculty and students with mentorship and internship opportunities.

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