Create Awards 2015: The Signage & Display shortlist!

Published:  August 27, 2015

This is our tenth announcement and we’re getting real close to revealing all our talented shortlisted entrants.

Today we reveal the shortlist for the Signage & Display category. This award, sponsored by Spicers, recognises excellence in printed graphics and displays for the purpose of signage, large-scale posters, wayfinding, exhibition graphics, installations, interiors, retail display, and shopfronts.


The judging took into account the effectiveness, innovation, use of materials, consideration of spatial context, and aesthetic qualities. The 2015 shortlist entrants for this category are projects from Wildhen Design, Studio Equator, Paper Moose and Buro North.

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Studio: Büro North
Client: University of Melbourne Faculty of Architecture
“The wayfinding and environmental graphics for the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning aims to respond to the notion of a living building by providing a responsive, shifting aesthetic…”

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Studio: Paper Moose
Client: City of Sydney
“The City of Sydney needed to draw attention to the reverse vending machines being installed in Sydney’s CBD. The aim of the project was to help raise awareness of recycling in NSW and to put pressure on the government to pass the 10 cent rebate on bottles and cans…”

Studio: Studio Equator
Client: Baowie
“Baowie, a traditional Chinese eatery, has made its mark on the street food industry with creative signage display throughout its interior. After approaching designers with the food offering, the designers then developed a creative and iconic identity…”

Studio: Wildhen Design
Client: Fonda
“As Fonda continues to grow, we continue to help the brand evolve. The food has always been able to speak for itself, which is why we’ve always steered clear of clichés in our design…”

Studio: Wildhen Design
Client: Combi
“Wildhen developed the interior display artwork and signage for Combi, a health food cafe located in Elwood. Although the cafe opened in 2014, Combi Coffee was established in 2008, originally sold from an old Kombi van at music and arts festivals across Australia...”

Studio: Wildhen Design
Client: Fonda
“When Fonda decided to make the big move to Flinders Lane for their third restaurant, we were on hand for signage and interior profile: wall murals, neon, and flora details…”


To see shortlisted submissions in detail, head over to
Watch this space for more shortlist announcements over the two days.

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