AOI unveils online winners archive

The Association of Illustrators has just launched a useful new addition to its website; a searchable archive of all the winning work from its AOI Awards since 2002

The Association of Illustrators has just launched a useful new addition to its website; a searchable archive of all the winning work from its AOI Awards since 2002…

New Talent and Professional Award winners from the past 12 years now have their own dedicated section on theaoi.com. Users can search by year, artist name and also categories which include ‘books’, ‘editorial’ and ‘self-initiated’ work.

Click an artist’s name on the main menu and alongside examples of their work are details of the brief behind their winning entry, and plenty of biographical information.

The AOI’s Winner Archive is at theaoi.com.

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