Deadline:

28 October 2019.

Location:

Online.

(Prize)

Description

CarpetVista’s Design Competition 2019

This competition is for all the designer to design a carpet and the The theme for 2019 is Sustainable and with this theme they want to highlight the natural material wool.

More Details

Carpets made of wool are durable, last a long time and becomes more beautiful over the years. High quality wool rugs can also get a new life by converting the rug into Colored Vintage carpets or Patchwork carpets. In this way, a wool carpet can be used by several generations.

On the 11-year anniversary of our design competition, we are looking back at the beautiful carpets created from all around the globe. 92 countries to be more exact. And more is to come.

Opportunity Focus Areas:

  • Design.

Required Languages

English.

Eligible Countries

ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.

Program Period

2 Months.

  • 4 November: Finalists are chosen by jury.
  • 18 November: Online Gallery Open.
  • 2 December: Last day for voting.
  • 5 December: Winners are announced.

Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)

  • The design should be creative and commercially viable.
  • Design for the proportions: Rectangular 2667×4000 px, Square 4000×4000 px or Round 4000 px in diameterDownload design templates.
  • Avoid complex forms and fine details.
  • The design should be creative and commercially viable.
  • The carpet will be made by hand, so shades can be a challenge.
  • The design must be original.

Opportunity Cost

(Prize)

  • First One: 1408 939  Carpet credits And your own design in production.
  • Second One: 939 939  Carpet credits.
  • Third One: 469 939  Carpet credits.
  • Fourth – ten One: 282 939  Carpet credits.

How to Apply

The Step: Create an account and upload your design here

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This Scholarship Published by:
Wiem SOUAI / Tunisia

Reviewed by” Amina Hamed / Egypt
MARJ3 Intern
MARJ3 Scholarships team