Pixels of Fury landed at Cannes Lions, creating quite the competitive atmosphere for designers from all around the world. Contestants competed against one another to create a fictional airline wrap in the first round, and an advertisement to pair with the airline in the final round.
Unsurprisingly, the competition warranted impressive end results, but only one designer could claim ownership and victory over the Furious Pixel. The trophy went to Mickey Chan, art director at Ogilvy & Mather Dublin. See the works of each of the contestants below, as well as Chan’s winning design, and then scroll through photos from the event along with some of the recent entries from our #ShutterstockSketch contest!
See the contestants’ first and final round designs below:
The advertisement from the runner-up, Blair Dempster:
The winning airline advertisement by Mickey Chan:
And here’s a video recap that captures all the fun and fury:
Browse through photos from the event in the gallery below, and click here to find your photobooth pictures »
Be sure to enter our #ShutterstockSketch contest! Winners will be chosen by a panel of all-star design judges, which includes John Maeda, Jessica Helfand, and Jessica Walsh. What’s the prize, you ask? A trip for two to Cannes Lions in 2016, which includes airfare, hotel, and tickets to the festival! You can sketch and submit on the site, but if you need some inspiration, view some of the entries that came in during Pixels of Fury Cannes Lions:
Stay tuned for more details on upcoming Pixels of Fury events in 2015, and check back at pixelsoffury.com for all the latest!