Competition: five copies of
Dynamic Identities to be won

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Competition: five copies of Dynamic Identities to be won

Competition: Dezeen Watch Store features in this new book about brand identities that use dynamic graphic design by designer and author Irene Ontwerp, and Dezeen readers can win one of five copies.

Congratulations to the winners! Otto Chen from Australia, Brian Longman from the UK, Maria Grønlund from Denmark, Andy Clifford from the UK and Jacob Peel from the USA all won a copy of Dynamic Identities.

Competition: five copies of Dynamic Identities to be won

Dynamic Identities presents examples of branding, logos and marketing material with design systems that allow them to change and generate new versions depending on various input factors.

Competition: five copies of Dynamic Identities to be won

The Dezeen Watch Store identity features a timepiece with a constantly changing pattern of colours and segments according to the time of day, the month and the viewer’s geographic location, and was created by designers Zerofee who share a building with Dezeen. See it in action on the Dezeen Watch Store website.

Competition: five copies of Dynamic Identities to be won

In the book, each project is explained with information about the brand and designers, alongside large images displaying the artwork both on its own and in context.

Competition: five copies of Dynamic Identities to be won

A lenticular cover features a selection of the logos that morph when the book is tilted to demonstrate the way they change.

Competition: five copies of Dynamic Identities to be won

This competition is now closed.

Competition: five copies of Dynamic Identities to be won

Five winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter and at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.

Competition: five copies of Dynamic Identities to be won

  • Adam

    Looks amazing!

  • Pete

    “email your name, age, gender, occupation, and delivery address and telephone number to…”

    Why do you need to collect so much info for your competitions? It’s not necessary and none of your business unless you are passing them on or cherry picking winners. If you really need these details you can contact the individual winner rather then gathering everyone’s details (where is maybe abused or lost).

    • http://www.dezeen.com Marcus Fairs

      Pete, as we clearly state in the text: “We won’t pass your information on to anyone else; we just want to know a little about our readers.” It’s a way of learning out about our readership and we won’t give the info to anyone else. If you don’t want to give us your details, don’t enter the competition!

      Marcus/Dezeen

  • urs

    You are perfectly right!

  • pika pau

    It is amazing!