Last year's winner
Dillon Hollinger's passion for sign-making was truly inspiring, and it's great to see a young signmaker with such dedication and enthusiasm. His willingness to learn and try new things is a testament to his commitment to the craft, and we can't wait to see what unique creations he'll come up with in the future.
What we're looking for
TheYoung Signmaker category may include any work from any category produced in-house by the apprentice or the apprentices’ own original design work undertaken by others in-house. An apprentice can be of any age. Information on how many years of experience must be included.
Judges need to see a good array of photos that may include angles, distance, close-up and straight on. Vehicles from both sides, rear and front. Entries will be judged on originality and flair. Third party logos and design supplied from out of house will not be considered in the judging process. An extensive written description of the scope of the work undertaken by the apprentice is a requirement for eligibility in this category.
Judging will be based on, but not limited to, the following guidelines:
40% Overall visual impact of the entry.
30% Creative concept and clarity of message.
30% Technical ability, techniques and execution.