Sharon Webber-Zvik was honored with the distinguished Golden A Design Award

I am incredibly proud and happy to announce that Sharon Webber-Zvik, the program’s art director, has won the international honorable Golden A’ Design Award for her branding and design work of “The Pain and Suffering Interdisciplinary Program”. Her designs competed with the works of 4000 candidates worldwide, receiving unanimous appraisals (and not a single criticism!) from the jury members. Sharon will receive the prize in an official ceremony on the 14th of April in Como, Italy. Her printed work from the site will be presented in the general exhibition at the museum (“Ex Chiesa di San Francesco”, located at Viale Largo Spallino, 1, 22100, Como / Italy) and kept there. In addition, her designs will appear in books, magazines and in the media worldwide.

Here is an introduction to the A Design Award Competition:

Here are the jury members for this years’ 2013 competition:

Here is the interview of Sharon:

And last but not least, here is the official press release announcing her award:

Sharon yekara sheli, after 5 years of working together for our program, nothing makes me happier than to see you receive such a prestigious award in recognition of your talent and absolutely, but absolutely, unbelievable creativity. With my deepest affection and love

Dr. Smadar Bustan

Sharon Webber-Zvik

Sharon Webber-Zvik is an Art Director and Graphic Designer from Israel. Her passion for testing the boundaries between graphic design and art became an official profession in 2003. She accompanied  the “Pain and Suffering” project since its establishment, being in charge of all the visual aspects of the group’s activities, in digital and printed media. Her other projects include a variety of blogs, online stores and print – representing her aspiration to  create visuals that stand out, challenge the mind and attract attention. Some of her work has been described by  professionals as “ground-breaking”, and has been nominated amongst finalists in several professional competitions. In her current projects, the “Pain and Suffering” program included, she tries to create something new, with a strong artistic impact, that while serving the needs of the clients and its communication rules, still leaves the viewers with an emotional experience and a long lasting memory. In 2013, Sharon Webber-Zvik, received the honorable Golden A Design Award for her visual work on Pain and Suffering.

Article in “Le Jeudi”

La douleur et la souffrance ne se comprennent pas de la même manière selon que l’on vit en Europe ou en Asie‭, ‬mais aussi selon son domaine de compétences‭, ‬que l’on soit philosophe ou neuroscientifique‭.‬ La philosophe‭, ‬le Dr Smadar Bustan‭, ‬de l’université du Luxembourg‭, ‬est‭ ‬à‭ ‬l’origine de la création d’un groupe pluridisciplinaire de chercheurs internationaux d’horizons et compétences variés‭,‬ qui doivent construire des ponts entre des approches différentes de ces expériences communes‭ ‬à‭ ‬tous les Hommes‭.‬..

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