OTTAWA—Corel announces the winners of its 2019 CorelDRAW International Design Contest. The company says the results present a wide range of design projects, and that the contest “celebrates the talent, skill, and techniques of CorelDRAW designers worldwide.”
Submissions for the content included projects created with CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 2019 and CorelDRAW Technical Suite 2019. Corel names Rogelio Hernandez (Roy Monster) from Mexico as the grand prize winner for his illustration “Angel of Fire.” Hernandez’s other category wins from the contest include Technical drawing and design and Speed drawing video. Additional winners include:
- Branding and marketing: Irfan Taufik, Indonesia
- Signage and vehicle wraps: Joseph Diaz, United States
- Apparel and textiles: Marthin Anthony Millado, Philippines
- Student: Ahmad Zahraturrafiq, Indonesia
Rogelio Hernandez's (Roy Monster) award-winning design, “Angel of Fire.” (Image courtesy Corel)
“On behalf of the entire Corel team, I’d like to congratulate our winners and thank everyone who participated in the contest,” states John Falsetto, senior director of products, CorelDRAW & productivity. “We were truly inspired by this year’s outstanding entries and selecting the winners from this amazing collection of work certainly wasn’t easy. The CorelDRAW International Design Contest has once again given us a global platform to shine a spotlight on our users’ incredible talents.”
The judging process for the contest featured multiple sources from throughout the graphics industry, including participants from Printwear and sister publication Sign and Digital Graphics.
To see a gallery of winning entries and learn more, visit www.coreldraw.com/design-contest.