2019 nominees

Graphic 2019

This year, a culture of protest permeated our visual landscape, from climate change to pro- and anti-Brexit campaigns, all vying for prominence.

The spectrum of projects in contemporary graphic design explores the politics and power of communication, and how it can be wielded. These projects range from radical books and citywide platforms to graphic visibility for minority groups.



Amorepacific architectural branding

A wayfinding system that uses pictograms

Elements of Architecture

An encyclopaedic study of architecture's parts

Hutong Mushroom

A publication on alternative Chinese urbanism

International Typography Biennale: Typojanchi saisai 2018-2019

A biennial poster that moves

Led By Donkeys

A campaign highlighting political hypocrisy

MOLD Magazine

A quarterly publication on the future of food

notamuse – A New Perspective on Women Graphic Designers in Europe

A book celebrating new female designers

Papi Juice

A collective for queer and trans people of colour

Shoplifters 8: New Type Design

A compendium of new typeface designs

UK Student Climate Network placards

A student-led plea to end our environmental crisis

Who Are You Here To See?

A data-visualisation project


A feminist ad campaign


A football-club identity celebrating its region


Beazley Designs of the Year 2019

Discover the most innovative designs across fashion, architecture, digital, transport, product and graphic design from the past 12 months, as nominated by design experts from around the world.