After weeks of intense competition and entries from all over the World, Holly Rogers, has been crowned as the winner of Apostrophe’s first ever Window Wonderland.
Over 100 entries from across the globe were received for Window Wonderland before the judging panel including Amir Chen (Apostrophe), Lynda Relph-Knight (Design Week) and Ralph Ward- Jackson (Art London) chose the winning designs.
Alongside overall winner Holly Rogers, the finalists of Window Wonderland are Alicja Pytleweska, Ciara Phelan, Evelin Kasikov, Jess Qilson, Joanna Go, Nick Quinn, Olivia Twaites, Rachel Lattimore, and Victoria Avery.
The finalists will all receive a free supply of Apostrophe tea or coffee for six months, alongside having their work installed on Apostrophe windows across London this Christmas.
Speaking about the success of Window Wonderland, Amir Chen, MD of Apostrophe said, “The competition was a great way to engage with our customers over the festive season, and it was thrilling to see so many submissions, not just from London but from the rest of the UK and as far away as India, Canada and Korea.”
Chosen as the overall winner, Holly Rogers, a student of Illustration at the University of Wales Institute was awarded a cash bursary of £1000 to help complete her studies. Her design will be visible at Apostrophe’s café on Great Castle Street in Market Place from Monday, November 23rd.