UNDP India is pleased to announce the results of the SECURE Himalaya national competition for logos, taglines and illustration. Since the contest opened on 15 September 2018, we've received hundreds of exciting entries that really captured the spirit of the mountains. 

The competition called for entries in two categories: i) Illustration ii) Logo and Tagline. After a very difficult deliberative process, the expert panel chose two winners in each category. The first prize awardees get INR 50,000/- each and the runners-up win a trip to Hemis National Park, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir. More details on the process available here.

Congratulations to the winners, and a big thank you to everyone who participated! 

First prize, Illustration

First Prize, Illustration

David Yambem’s artwork won the first prize in the illustration category. Yambem is from Kakching, Manipur but stays in Delhi. He is currently studying design and is an illustrator by profession.

Second Prize, Illustration

Manveer Singh’s unique artwork won the second prize in the illustration category. Manveer is from Delhi and has completed his B.F.A & M.F.A from College of Art, where he now teaches. He has participated in many art festivals and events. Currently, he is working on a project which is transforming trash into art, also showcased in his entry.

Second Prize, Illustration

Peter Samdrup Lepcha’s artwork also won the second prize in the illustration category. Peter is from Gangtok, Sikkim and is an illustrator, artist and graphic designer by profession. He works as a freelancer for organizations like: GIZ, The Mountain Institute and WWF India.

Special Mention, Illustration

Athulya Pillai’s artwork won a special mention in the illustration category. Pillai is from Kochi, Kerala, is an illustrator and currently works in Ladakh. She illustrates everyday life in her spare time.

First Prize, Logo & Tagline

Apurva Chandrakant Raikar won the first prize in the logo and tagline category. She is a product designer at Lemon Yellow LLP- A design company based out of Thane, Maharashtra. Her Tagline is 'Time to Act'.

Second Prize, Logo & Tagline

Jaimini Patel won the second prize in the logo and tagline category. She is from Ambalia, Rajkot and is studying visual communication at Karanavati University, Gandhinagar. Her tagline is “Their survival is in your hands”.

Second Prize, Logo & Tagline

Sakshi Gaggar also won the second prize in the logo and tagline category. She is from Mumbai and works at a design consultancy in Mumbai. She recently graduated from Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore in Visual Communication and Strategic Branding. Her tagline is “Protect Nature's Sublime Mark"

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