The Young Ones Student Awards launches 2019 call for entries and announces creative briefs

bigheadbanner.jpgWorld-renowned student competitionYoung Ones 2019 is officially open for entries, and has announced that this year's Young Ones Brief competition features not one, not two but five amazing creative briefs for students to explore, with more on the way.

The deadline for entries is Friday, March 1.

With briefs from international brands such as Avery Dennison, Brooks and Budweiser, upstart cosmetics company Il Makiage, and even a socially conscious brief for The New York Times in partnership with Droga5, students are bound to find one that piques their interest and inspires students to do their best creative work.


Partner the Young Ones Briefs with the Young Ones ADC competition -- where students can submit their projects into almost any category represented in the esteemed ADC 98th Annual Awards, from advertising to design and all points in between -- and the Young Ones Portfolio competition -- which judges a student's larger body of work -- and you'll see why this is one of the most popular student creative competitions in the world.

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