Competition: five pairs of tickets for New Designers 2015 to be won

Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with the New Designers graduate show to give readers the chance to win tickets to the second part of the event, taking place in London from 1 to 4 July.

New Designers competition
New Designers show

Congratulations to the winners! Marco Paffi, Laura Olson, Louise Young, Vissy Plati and César Silva.

Over 3,000 art and design graduates from institutions across the UK will exhibit their work at Islington's Business Design Centre for the 30th edition of New Designers this year.

New Designers competition
Plant hanger by Abbie Chilton

The annual showcase is split into two shows, with disciplines including textiles, fashion, costume design, jewellery and ceramics displayed during Part 1 from 24 to 27 June.

Dezeen readers have the chance to win tickets for Part 2, when furniture, product and industrial design, spatial design, graphic design, illustration, animation, and motion and digital arts will all be on show.

New Designers competition
Creased Vessels by Emily Wiles at One Year On

A programme of talks will also take place for the duration of the event, with speakers including members of the Design Council and Arts Thread co-founder Alex Brownless.

New Designers competition
Benches by Emma Leslie, Studio LW at One Year On

One Year On will showcase designers who are in their first year of business – giving them the opportunity to sell their products.

New Designers competition
Ceramics by Theo Adamson at One Year On

As Dezeen are media partners for the event, readers have the chance to win one of five pairs of standard day tickets, allowing access to the Part 2 show on the day of their choice.

For more information about New Designers 2015 – including a list of exhibiting colleges, event highlights and to purchase tickets – visit the event website.

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