Trivium, a leading global supplier of sustainable metal packaging, is pleased to announce the winners of its Forever Canvas Challenge 2022, a design competition that invited the worldwide creative community to create show-stopping graphics for a variety of Trivium’s infinitely recyclable metal bottles and cans. The first-place designs, from Caitlin Wagg, a graphic design student from Australia, Ines De Cueto Escobar, a design student from Spain, and Sebastian Ricardo, a designer from Argentina, bring Trivium’s infinitely recyclable metal packaging to life in several types of product design categories: beverage, pet food, and sanitizer containers.
Because metal recycles forever, it is a gleaming blank canvas that can uniquely come back for more, over, and over, again: inspiring the inaugural competition’s name, Forever Canvas. Each of the winners’ clever, eye-catching, memorable designs champion this highly sustainable packaging form.
Entries were meticulously reviewed and assessed by a panel of Trivium experts, working alongside two special guest judges: Andrew Gibbs, founder of Dieline, the world’s most visited packaging design website; and Debrah Smith, Creative Director of packaging design visionaries Smith&+Village. The winners were Caitlin Wagg see image above , Ines De Cueto Escobar and Sebastian Ricardo
In addition to having their final designs featured on Trivium’s site (click link below ), the three budding designers received a consultation with internationally acclaimed creative agency, This is Embrace, to refine designs and receive real, on-the-job training.