From its first edition in 2010, D-Day has tried to stress and present the power and potential of young designers, those who are currently in school or have graduated, as well as those who are on the scene and those who are yet to become a part of it, but only if they are under 35 years of age. The main aim of D-Day is to strengthen the cooperation between authors, institutions, designer initiatives and industry, entrepreneurship and crafts partners from the region and its wider area.
All interested exhibitors can apply by submitting an on-line registration which, apart from general information about the author(s), has to include several reference works and a basic concept of the D-Day presentation. Students are allowed to exhibit works created as part of their educational programs; however, all such works must stipulate information about the mentorship (i.e. the presentation should be in accordance with the specific rules of the academic institution, if such rules have been proscribed). The final application deadline is 8 May 2012.
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