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4 design schools, 8 teams of students and 12 pro's stand out at Pentawards Concept 2015.

This year for the third time, the Pentawards have welcomed conceptual packaging designs developed by professionals and also by students. In this particular competition are judged futuristic projects and packaging ideas which are not marketed or can't be manufactured yet. This competition was an instant huge success and the conceptual packaging designs recompensed by the Pentawards jury show how significant creativity is and suggest attractive and clever future innovations in the field of packaging design.

"BIC, Honoring Simple & Inventive Achievements" sponsoring the Concept Pentawards and rewards students.
Once again, BIC USA, represented by Daniel Dittmar, Director Bic Brand Design, has decided to sponsor this competition by promoting concepts created by students. This year, among the presented works, eight concepts created by students were awarded a prize, the concept which won the most votes from the international jury received a special BIC trophy, plus a cash money prize and will participate in a BIC brand design assignment (2015) working with the Brand Design team in BIC USA

Mychko Yuliana, a student at the British Higher School of Art and Design, Moscow (Russia) won this special BIC prize for a line of packaging for teen's foot deodorant, in addition to a Gold Pentaward.
4 design schools stand out at Pentawards
It should be noted that students who won prizes at the Concept Pentawards this year are pursuing their studies at design schools in France, Russia, USA and New Zealand... showing the global character of design teaching.
Here are the schools

Auckland University of Technology - New Zealand
EVC Bordeaux - France
Pratt Institute - USA
British Higher School of Art and Design - Russia



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