Win an incredible trip with Weta Workshop Co-founder, Richard Taylor to the 3rd annual Gwangmyeong Concept Design Competition in South Korea.
Concept design is not just about technical skill. The great concept designers of the world have a profound ability to evoke stories through artwork that transcends its medium. The very best concept design can leap off the page or computer screen and straight into the cinema, stage or exhibition space. Entries for this year's competition close at 5pm, 19 September, 2016. The New Zealand winner will be selected by a judging panel featuring Richard and senior members of Weta Workshop’s concept design department. Together, they’ll be looking for strong technical ability, originality, and, most importantly, incredible story-telling.
1st place, 2016 – Chow Qin Yi, Auckland University The verdict is in. Weta Workshop has named Chow Qin Yi the New Zealand winner of the 2016 Gwangmyeong Concept Design Competition, an international art contest seeking the next generation of conceptual design stars from New Zealand and Korea. Chosen by a panel consisting of Weta … Read More
The 2016 Gwangmyeong Concept Design Competition, and the hunt for New Zealand and Korea’s next star of conceptual design, is in full swing. Weta Workshop, the Wellington design studio and practical effects facility heading the Kiwi limb of the competition, is pleased to announce that tablet company Wacom has generously come on board with incredible … Read More
Calling creative Kiwis: Entries are now open for the 2016 Gwangmyeong Concept Design Competition. Now in its third year, Weta Workshop fronts the local division of this international competition that fosters creativity and collaboration between New Zealand and Korea. At the same time as budding Kiwi artists spin their imagination into illustration, their Korean counterparts … Read More