Marek Nedelka & Ondřej Báchor won 2nd place in the International Poster Competition
Created: 8. 11. 2016 from Vysoká škola uměleckoprůmyslová v Praze

Marek Nedelka & Ondřej Báchor - students of the Graphic Design and New Media Studio won 2nd place in the International Poster Competition

2016 International Poster Competition ran from June to August this year and received 3443 entries from more than 70 countries. The competition was judged by Unfun, Lamm & Kirch, Warriors Studio and Étienne Hervy.

200 of these submissions were selected for exhibition at Graphic Design Festival Scotland 2016 in Scotland’s National Centre for Design and Architecture, The Lighthouse in Glasgow. This exhibition is open from 18th October – 25th November, Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm.

However, there can only be three winners… After some debate and deliberation, we are pleased to announce and congratulate our three winners.

Congratulations to Koos Breen in 1st place with The Royal Academy of Art The Hague x Offprint ParisNedelka & Báchor in 2nd place with Measure & Scale and Knoth & Renner in 3rd place with .move ON!


2nd Place

Poster title: Measure & Scale

By: Nedelka & Báchor, Czech Republic

“Designed for the solo exhibiton of honored Czech architect Zdeněk Fránek in Jaroslav Fragner Gallery (Prague).

The exhibition presents three of his most important recent projects. The name refers to two parameters that Zdeněk Fránek challenges from time to time. We connected whole design with the specific raster to show different scales of presented projects. We made poster triptych to express this using different scales of type, raster and images.” – Nedelka & Báchor

665 x 950 mm, offset print, two spot colors (Pantone Black C, Pantone 877 C), Munken Lynx Rough 120g/m

Comments from the jury:
“ Measure and scale appears really precise in same time than sensitive, both original and contemporary.” – Etienne Hervy

“the grid, type and photographic image are working into each other. it looks like that parts of the grid are processed with a rubber. that gives a cloudy analogue effect, that makes the posters agile. Working well as series.” – Lamm & Kirch