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Christopher Scott is an internationally recognised award-winning designer. Born in Northern Ireland, he received both a bachelors and a Masters degree in Design from the University of Ulster, Magee. The concepts of his posters are paramount to his visuals, and his work communicates strong and meaningful messages with humanity at the core of his designs. Scott has won more than 200 international awards and has been recognised by many organisations such as the WWF, International Poster Biennale Warsaw, Poster For Tomorrow, Designboom, Moscow Global Biennale of Graphic Design Golden Bee, Adobe Design Achievement Awards and he received a silver medal in the International Design Awards and also 3 Gold awards at the prestigious Graphis in United States. His work has been exhibited all around the world including countries such as Iran, Mexico, Russia, China, Korea, Ecuador, Germany, Poland, Italy, Peru, Korea, the United States and many more, including the Louvre in Paris, France. He has been a member of multiple international juries and he is also the Co-Founder of Poster Poster and the Founder of Designers Speak. Scott has also given conferences and workshops in countries such as China, United States, Argentina, Ecuador, Indonesia, Venezuela, Mexico, Northern Ireland and Russia. Currently he is a Professor of Graphic Design at the Universidad UTE and President and Founder of the Ecuador Poster Bienal.

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