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2021

2021 Peace Motion Graphics Competition Winning Videos

The 'Peace Motion Graphics Competition' started in 2020 to raise awareness of various global peace issues of this era through motion graphics and bring about dialogue worldwide to find solutions.

In an era where people worldwide connect, communicate, and grow online, we believe that motion graphics content can play an essential role in shaping the world for a better future.
The theme of the 2021 contest was 'Global Solidarity and Cooperation to Prevent and Combat Pandemic Diseases.'

138 artists (teams) from 34 countries worldwide sent artworks with the message of 'overcoming the pandemic crisis through solidarity across borders.'

Your wonderful works will be widely shared with the Millennials and Generation Z in the online ecosystem and will play an essential role in preparing for Pandemic X.

This Peace Motion Graphics Competition was especially too close to call the superiority of the works because many excellent works were submitted. Therefore, we selected 10 additional works as the “Honorable Mention”. The selected works will be provided with the certificate of the 2021 Peace Motion Graphics Competition.

A big thank you to all the participants for their excellent work and big congratulations to the main prize winners.

All winners will be contacted individually by email with information regarding next steps for receiving the award including the cash prize.
In the case of teams, email will be sent to the team leader's email address marked on the submission form.

  • Grand Prize
    • ThemeVaccine Equity
    • Name(s)Laras Zita T.
      Natasha Aditya Putri
      Gladys Theresia
      Brigitta Sekar
      Mutiara Anissa
      Firdza Radiany
    • NationalityIndonesia
  • Excellence Award
    • ThemeGlobal fund for global needs
    • Name(s)Daniel Krishnavy
      Bentang Satriaji
    • NationalityIndonesia
  • Excellence Award
    • ThemeVaccine Equity
    • Name(s)Gary George Clotario
    • NationalityPhilippines
  • Popularity Award
    • ThemeNo One Is Safe until Everyone Is Fine
    • Name(s)Anupam Kumar
      Pratik Raj
      Roger Robert
      Karishma Robert
    • NationalityIndia
  • Popularity Award
    • ThemeFight against Covid-19 and Fake News!
    • Name(s)Handy Mulya Erlangga
      Ramdani Fitrian
    • NationalityIndonesia
  • Popularity Award
    • ThemeCovid-19 Vaccination
    • Name(s)Mohammad Reza Noohi
      Saleh Alavizadeh
      Yasaman(Fatemeh) Safaei Pour
    • NationalityIran
  • Runner up
    • ThemeVaccine Equity
    • Name(s)Ashley Nhiwatiwa
      Thandeka Mujati
    • NationalityZimbabwe
  • Runner up
    • ThemeFor Vaccine Equity
    • Name(s)Danilo Jose Marie Resurreccion Navarro
    • NationalityPhilippines
  • Runner up
    • ThemeNo Vaccine Nationalism
    • Name(s)Kim Hyun Soo
      Park Sujin
      Seo Jahyeon
    • NationalitySouth Korea
  • Runner up
    • ThemeHow Medicine Patents Cost Lives
    • Name(s)Ksenia Dyachkina
      Simon Balthazar
    • NationalityRussia
  • Honorable Mention
    Theme
    • Vaccine Inequality
    • Abdullah Taha Al-Nono, Al-Hussein Jamal Aldeen Al-Naggar / Yemen
    Theme
    • COVID-19 Infodemic
    • Charlene R. Tan / Philippines
    • Muhammad Fajarrahman Ramdani, Astrolabe Al Ayyubi Supriyanto, Muhammad Falahuddin, Audy Virgi Pratama, Lulu Luthfiya, Tri Prasojo / Indonesia
    Theme
    • Global Solidarity
    • Andrea Teofina Rebelo / India
    • Clara Jesselyn Handoko, Gun Gun Gunawan, Arief Syah Rinaldy, Rolly Anwari / Indonesia
    • Daniel Montesinos Cahué, Claudia Solari Martos / Spain
    • Kenmar Conanan Bernardino / Philippines
    Theme
    • Vaccine Equity
    • Kyoungsik Sim, Euna Kim, Dasol Kim / South Korea
    • Wai Fong Lau, Wai Han Lau / United Kingdom
    Theme
    • Vaccine Encouragement
    • Vidalina Rahmatiana / Indonesia
Sunhak Peace Prize

Future generations refer not only to our own physical descendants
but also to all future generations to come.

Since all decisions made by the current generation will either positively
or negatively affect them, we must take responsibility for our actions.