2017

2017

More than 700 students and young designers from 57 countries competed this year. The topic of the Young Package 2017 was Open & Play. Young designers were creating a ...

2016

2016

the year of orange color. That was the 21st year of the Young Package. The theme was Package Unlimited and students and designers was creating the packaging for many ...

2015

2015

The jubilee twentieth edition we celebrate with the topic of Happy Birthday! The competition involved over seven hundred students and designers from 31 countries.

2014

2014

In 2014 we announced the theme Take away. Michal Marko succeeded in university category with packaging for food, which will grow after the fisrt use.

2013

2013

The theme of the 18th year of the Young Package competition was Aging. Competitors were designing packages which will serve to seniors. [gallery order="DESC" ...

2012

2012

In this year we registered a record of 855 competitors. The winners of the were Katarina Matković and Tihana Pečírka from Croatia. They created a comprehensive ...

2011

2011

In 2011, the competition was divided thematically into two parts. One part of the competitiors designing packaging in the category "Other views" on the theme "Book as a ...

2010

2010

The 15th year of Young Package competition was in the spirit of comics and packaging for sweets. The main prize went to Canadian Anne-Marie Brouillette. The winner of ...

2009

2009

The 14th year of the competition confirmed a dominant position for Czech and Canadian designers. Once again, they achieved the highest number of winning entries. It was ...

2008

2008

Due to internal changes in the organization of the competition, when the institute of the Czech Design Centrum disappeared and the Slovak Design Center took over the ...

2007

2007

Young Package 2007 was dominated by Czech and Slovak designers. The jury, however, noticed that strong competition for the Central European designers was on the rise, ...

2006

2006

The motto for the 11th year of Young Package was ‘Think of nature, think of everyone, and think in context’. The competition’s challenge was to think outside the ...

2005

2005

The 10th anniversary recorded an increase in the number of participants in the category of young designers up to 30 years of age as well as in the number of foreign ...

2004

2004

For the first time in the competition history, the quality of the submitted works increased with the growing number of participants. The high quality challenged the jury ...

2003

2003

The number of foreign participants in Young Package grew. According to the jury, the quality of entries had increased accordingly.

2002

2002

The jury of the 7th year of Young Package again confirmed the high quality of the winning works. They noted that they hoped to see more and more quality entries in the ...

2001

2001

In 2001, Icograda (International Council for Graphic Design Associations), as world body for professional graphic design and visual communications, became a partner of ...

2000

2000

The goal of Young Package’s 5th year was to attract foreign participation to the competition, and establish its international reputation. German participation ...

1999

1999

The quality of the submitted works increased again with the growing number of participants. Young Package announced its ambition to grow on an international level. The ...

1998

1998

The number of participants in the 3rd year of the competition grew tremendously. The jury declared integration of the competition with industry practice to be the main ...

1997

1997

Participation in the 2nd year of Young Package was much higher than the first. It also got the attention of both design professionals and the public. The results were ...

1996

1996

The 1st year of the competition. Young Package/Mlady Obal was announced in 1996 by the Czech company of Model Obaly. The subject of the competition was to design an ...