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Organizers and judges share their impressions of Ukrainian Young Book Design Awards 2020

The Ukrainian Young Book Design Awards (UYBDA) is a story about talented book designers, courage, youth and freedom. A story that united over 400 designers from Ukraine, Poland, Germany, Israel, Hungary, Lithuania, USA and other countries.

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The Art of Ukrainian Sixties — a completely new perspective on Ukrainian art of the latter half of the 20th century

Twenty-six scholars of different generations, schools, and professional milieus contributed to The Art of Ukrainian Sixties. The co-editors of the book — Ielyzaveta German and Olga Balashova — not only fixed the best examples of this unique cultural phenomenon in one book, but also made a great research of this critical period in Ukrainian art history. We’re sharing part of their foreword for the book.

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Creative Corporation WE BAD from Ukrainian Young Book Design Awards and Acer Ukraine on Art and Technology

A right tech is a powerful tool for development. It enables artists to just be artists and not to constantly concern themselves with how to implement their ideas. Acer and their new ConceptD laptop lineup fully support this idea and that is why we created videos on the close relationship between art and technology together. Two of our protagonists are artists and founders of WE BAD creative corporation – Lera Schemka and Max Pavliuk.

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Maksym Kotsiuba from Ukrainian Young Book Design Awards and Acer Ukraine on Art and Technology

A right tech is a powerful tool for development. It enables artists to just be artists and not to constantly concern themselves with how to implement their ideas. Acer and their new ConceptD laptop lineup fully support this idea and that is why we created videos on the close relationship between art and technology together. One of our protagonists is Maksym Kotsiuba, landscape architect, head and founder of KOTSIUBA landscape architecture bureau.

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Taras Makar from Ukrainian Young Book Design Awards and Acer Ukraine on Art and Technology

A right tech is a powerful tool for development. It enables artists to just be artists and not to constantly concern themselves with how to implement their ideas. Acer and their new ConceptD laptop lineup fully support this idea and that is why we created videos on the close relationship between art and technology together. One of our protagonists is Taras Makar, a motion designer.

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Five unusual brutalist buildings in Ukraine

Explore some lesser-known, brutalist gems from the far corners of Ukraine, gathered up in our list. Through the lens of Alex Bykov.

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My big concrete love. Brutalist aesthetic

How can it be possible to admire a “concrete castle”? What is hidden behind the “cold-hearted” appearance of brutalist structures?

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Ukrainian Railroad Ladies: how it all began

The author of the Ukrainian Railroad Ladies—Sasha Maslov—talks about his latest photo project.

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The Soviet brutalist heritage: how we should deal with concrete giants left behind

A model of bad taste for some and exclusive architectural gems for others — Soviet brutalist buildings are still carrying its “bone of contention” stigma, arousing hot arguing over their future.

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Church domes with apartment blocs in the background. What does modern sacral architecture in Ukraine mean?

Orthodox Chic is the second book in a series of visual explorations of architecture and urban space in independent Ukraine. We’re sharing part of the book’s foreword with you.

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Everyday aesthetics: The Book of Chill for Sleeper

A mix of beauty and sense on the pages of a photo book about happiness and love.

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The project which made Ukrainians proud of their modernist architecture

How we created the short film to support the book Soviet Modernism. Brutalism. Post-Modernism. Buildings and Structures in Ukraine 1955-1991 and made Ukrainians proud of their modernist architecture.

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