Erdzeiten – Atlas der Paläogeografie

red dot: junior prize for ‘Erdzeiten – Atlas der Paläogeografie’

The ‘red dot: junior prize’ worth 10,000 euros for the best student work went to the three young designers Cornelia Vogt, Violetta Walter and Martin Gorka from Offenbach for their work ‘Erdzeiten – Atlas der Paläogeografie’ (‘Times of the Earth – Atlas of Palaeogeography’). The detailed atlas managed to prevail against four other nominated works. Professor Dr. Zec, initiator of the red dot design award, commented on the atlas, “This work is outstanding, not least thanks to its complexity. The concept and the design convey the wealth of information in an uncomplicated way and present the earth as a moving, living planet. We would like this prize to be regarded as a prize to support young professionals and we hope to see much more of these young designers in future.”

red dot: junior prize

Erdzeiten – Atlas der Paläogeografie

Design: Martin Gorka, Cornelia Vogt, Violetta Walter Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach, Germany