Pixels of Fury returned to London’s Village Underground on September 17 for another electrifying live-design battle, pitting creatives against each other in search of the year’s top design champion. Competitors undertook a London Fashion Week-inspired competition that challenged them to create unique commercial patterns to be incorporated into a product. In the final round, they designed ads for their fictional products.

The contestants stayed cool, calm, and creative, designing impressive pieces under immense pressure. Then an unexpected tie in Round 2 made for Pixels of Fury’s first three-person final round! In the end, the audience chose defending champion Rory Muldoon, of marketing agency Earnest, as their winner.

See a sampling of the contestants’ work below, as well as Muldoon’s winning design. And keep scrolling for a video recap and photos from the event!

Contestant Paul Hunt's Round 1 Design
Contestant Paul Hunt’s Round 1 Design
Contestant Francesca Oddenino Round 1 Design
Contestant Francesca Oddenino’s Round 1 Design
Contestant John- Patrick Racle's Round 1 Design
Contestant John-Patrick Racle’s Round 1 Design
Contestant Rory Muldoon's Round 2 Design
Contestant Rory Muldoon’s Round 2 Design
Contestant Francesca Oddenino's Final Round Design
Contestant Francesca Oddenino’s Final Round Design
Contestant Tom Kilburn's Final Round Design
Contestant Tom Kilburn’s Final Round Design

The winning design by Rory Muldoon:

Contestant Rory Muldoon's Final Round Design
Contestant Rory Muldoon’s Final Round Design

Watch the Pixels of Fury video recap:

And flip through images from the event:

Audience members also had the chance to enter our #ShutterstockSketch contest, and you can participate online! Your humble sketch could pave the way to Cannes Lions 2016, with the chance to win a trip for two that includes airfare, hotel, and tickets to the festival! Napkin sketches will be judged by a panel of design all-stars: John Maeda, Jessica Helfand, and Jessica Walsh.

Check out some recent napkin sketches below, then be sure to submit your own.