Six British creatives, including Gemma Correll, HelloVon, Martin Nicolausson and Mark Ward, have picked up ADC Young Guns awards from the Art Director's Club.

ADC Young Guns an international, cross-disciplinary, portfolio-based awards competition targetting young creative professionals age 30 or younger.  Selected from entries received from 37 countries, the ADC says that the winners represent an impressive global roster of young talent in the fields of graphic design, illustration, advertising and art direction, environmental design, film, animation & video, interactive design, product design and typography. 

The UK winners are illustrators Gemma Correll, HelloVon, Martin Nicolausson, and Mark Ward, director Tomas Mankovsky and creative polymath Ian Wharton.

The winners get a newly redesigned ADC Young Guns Cube award.  Work from this year’s winners will be published in a limited-edition volume book by Moleskine.

The complete ADC Young Guns 8 class is below:

UK & Europe

  • Jonathan Calugi, self-employed, Pistola, Italy
  • Gemma Correll, self-employed, Norwich, UK
  • HelloVon, self-employed, London, UK
  • Yannis Konstantindis, Nomint, Athens, Greece
  • Rimantas Lukavicius, Korb, Lithuania
  • Tomas Mankovsky, self-employed, London, UK
  • Sophia Martineck, self-employed, Berlin, Germany
  • Carles Murillo, Bisdixit BCN, Barcelona, Spain
  • Martin Nicolausson, self-employed, London, UK
  • Lotta Nieminen, self-employed, New York, NY (recently relocated from Finland)
  • Mads Jakob Poulsen, Wolff Olins NY, Brooklyn, NY (recently relocated from Denmark)
  • Alex Robbins, self-employed, Berlin, Germany
  • Mark Ward, self-employed, London, UK
  • Ian Wharton, The Mill, London, UK

North America

  • Scott Amron, Amron Experimental, Westbury, NY, USA
  • Alec Brownstein, Y&R New York, NY, USA
  • Mikey Burton, 160OVER90, Philadelphia, PA, USA
  • Elsa Chaves and Tyler Lang (Always With Honor), self-employed, Portland, OR, USA
  • Frank Chimero, self-employed, Portland, OR, USA
  • Crobin, MTV, Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Jennifer Daniel, self-employed, Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Michael Freimuth, self-employed, New York, NY, USA
  • Christine Gignac, Mother New York, NY, USA
  • Jeremy Hall, Figure, Quebec, Quebec, Canada
  • Eric Hu, self-employed, Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • Nicole Jacek, Karlssonwilker, Inc., New York, NY, USA
  • E. Roon Kang, Math Practice, Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Stephen Kelleher, self-employed, Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Jeong Eun (Elle) Kim, self-employed, Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Mike Krol, self-employed, Madison, WI, USA
  • Gracia Lam, self-employed, Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Jude Landry, self-employed, Starkville, MS, USA
  • Nathaniel Lawlor, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, San Francisco, CA, USA
  • Micah Lidberg, self-employed, Brielle, NJ, USA
  • Joseph Marianek, Pentagram, Providence, RI, USA
  • Gareth O’Brien, Buck, Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Mitchell Paone, Dreamers Ink Aesthetics, New York, NY, USA
  • Steve Peck, BBH New York, NY, USA
  • Gavin Potenza, self-employed, Portland, OR, USA
  • Nikolay Saveliev, self-employed, New York, NY, USA
  • Jarrod Taylor, Harper Collins, Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Rich Tu, self-employed, South Orange, NJ, USA
  • Jessica Walsh, Sagmeister, Inc., New York, NY USA
  • Stefanie Weigler, Triboro Design, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Asia Pacific

  • Kellie Campbell, Parallax Design, Adelaide, SA, Australia
  • Genki Ito, Wieden + Kennedy Tokyo, Japan
  • Kenichi Matsumoto, E. Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
  • Daihei Shibata, Wow Inc., Tokyo, Japan
  • Kris Sowersby, self-employed, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
  • Jeseok Yi, self-employed, Daegu, Republic of Korea