make me! 2022 exhibition

12.05.2022, 5:30pm - 8pm
13-15.05.2022, 10am - 8pm
16-19.05.2022, 10am - 6pm
20-22.05.2022, 10am - 8pm

Dates: 12th – 22th May 2022 r.
Adress: Art_Inkubator in Fabryka Sztuki, 3 Tymienieckiego Str., Lodz.

The competition, which has been carried out since 2008, is addressed to designers, makers, students and graduates, especially from art and design disciplines. To all those that are impulsively triggered to design when noticing a need or problem. In make me! projects that experiment with material or seek new interpretations of existing functions are also awarded. This year there were 147 entries, including from Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Slovakia, the Netherlands, Canada, Hungary, Lithuania, China and Austria. The works of young designers were judged by an excellent jury composed of: Izabela Bołoz, Krzysztof Kornas, Joanna Krokosz, Tomek Rygalik, Agata Kiedrowicz, Maurizio Burrato, and Michał Piernikowski. The winners of the competition will be announced on 13th May, at 5 p.m., and during the entire festival, you will be able to see an exhibition consisting of the final projects of the make me!

On 13th May, at 5 p.m., we will know the winners of the competition, and during the entire festival, you will be able to see an exhibition consisting of the final projects of the make me!

The make me! Design Awards 2022 prizes will amount to PLN 60.000 (~EUR 13.000)! We would like to thank the patron of the festival, Ceramika Paradyż, and the sponsors of the awards, the Sponsor INTERPRINT Polska, the Sponsor LPP and the Partner Cosentino.

make me! awards' gala – 13th May 2022 r., 5 p.m.

make me! 2022 finalists:

  1. Pauline Agustoni – Mastectomy Caregiver (Germany)

  2. Kamila Cembor – Shoes like no other. Extending the life of footwear. (Poland)

  3. Jan Garstka – A colour palette to be used in the public space, designed with regard to people suffering from colour vision deficiencies and in accordance to industrial colour standards. (Poland)

  4. Maciej Głowacki – Physical Love – Accessories for Closeness and Tenderness (Poland)

  5. Maciej Głowacki – CRN_01 „Hummingbird” swabs (Poland)

  6. Dominika Gwarda – „Scratched” (Poland)

  7. Katharina Halusa – Braided Textiles (Austria)

  8. Klaudia Janikowska, Yuliya Neronskaya – Banffy (Poland)

  9. Aleksandra Jankowska-Głowacka – SUP – Support your plants (Poland)

  10. Blanka Jaworska – TODD - tactile objects to touch (Poland)

  11. Ewelina Kaczmarska – The Gentle Art of Disappearing, or creation of postmortem memorials (Poland)

  12. Weronika Kamińska – Menstruation – problem of a modern woman (Poland)

  13. Yoosung Kim – Football Boots for People with Cerebral Palsy (Switzerland)

  14. Kaja Kropidłowska – OLSO – garden solar lamp (Poland)

  15. Patrycja Małek – Inspiro – telemedical tool for respiratory rehabilitation (Poland)

  16. Magdalena Mojsiejuk – Gardenfit (Poland)

  17. Marie Radke – Volta (Germany)

  18. Marie Radke, Anna Koppmann – First Aid Gloves (Germany)

  19. Julia Sieńkowska – Rescuse Buoy adapted to the drone (Poland)

  20. Julia Sulikowska – Urban Coolspot Project (Poland)

  21. Magdalena Maja Tywonek – NOWÈ | YOURBOOK (Poland)

  22. Zuzanna Wdowik – FORMS – A system of elements supporting the creativity and physical development of children (Poland)

  23. Laura van de Wijdeven – Eggshell Ceramic (The Netherlands)

  24. Zuzanna Wójcik – Soft or Not (Poland)

  25. Michalina Zadykowicz, Sabrina Haas – Urban Clay (Poland, Austria)