The RAIMA Awards Gala 2014: a gala full of talent and humor
Last night the XXI edition of the RAIMA Illustration Awards was held at Disseny Hub Barcelona - The benchmark space for design in the city of Barcelona.
Yesterday's was a gala full of allusions to architecture and enlivened by the funny imitations of the actor Pep Plaza.
Illustration contest RAIMA Its main objective is to project the world of design and promote the work of professionals in the Plastic Arts in a city that is the insignia of modernity, art and design.
In this call, the chosen motto was "The paper and the architecture", which allowed an important participation of professionals from different fields: architects, designers, illustrators, draftsmen, etc.
The winning work was chosen by a Jury made up of professionals and representatives of the main professional associations and colleges in the Plastic Arts sector (Col • legi de Dissenyadors Gràfics de Catalunya, ADP, APIC, ADG FAD, etc.). The works that have best managed to reflect the proposed motto were awarded, under professional criteria of originality, artistic and technical quality of the work.
Hand in hand Pep Plaza, Núria Raja - manager RAIMA -and the sponsors of the event presented more than twenty awards during the ceremony:
The first prize: € 5.000 + image of the RAIMA 2015 calendar went to Lali Pantone for his work "Vitruví Papirola".
The second prize: € 2.500 + image of the RAIMA 2016 calendar went to, for the work.
One of the funniest moments of the night was when the actor Pep Plaza (Crackòvia; TV3), who was responsible for livening up the gala, “transformed” into Eugenio. Later they followed his imitations of Elvis Presley, Lluis Llach, Julio Iglesias, Bee Gees, Tomeu Penya, Matías Prats, etc.
Once the awards ceremony was over, Nuria Raja took the stage to thank the sponsors for their support of the initiative, keeping RAIMA present in their balance sheets every two years. Circumstance that he highly appreciated, in these moments that we live. Also noteworthy is the appearance of the entire RAIMA team on stage, with Nuria Raja at the helm, to thank everyone for attending.
The RAIMA illustration and design contest aims to stimulate and promote the creativity and work of plastic artists. In addition to a cash prize, the winners will see their work printed on the calendar that RAIMA has published since 1990.
From IndianWebs We thank Nuria Raja, Isabel Marquès, Nil Muntané Raja and Toni Esplugas, as well as the entire RAIMA team the opportunity to see so much talent gathered in this fantastic prize. -A pity that is celebrated every two years-.