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Hakan Gursu wins Golden in A' International Gift Design Awards

Lollypop, an original pencil sharpener, by Hakan Gursu wins Golden A' Design Award in Gift Design Competition

Como, Italy (PRWEB) October 27, 2015

A' Design Award and Competition is pleased to announce that the design project Lollypop by Hakan Gursu has been announced as a winner of the Golden A' Design Award in the International A' Gift Design Competition.

More on Lollypop
Hakan Gursu, the lead designer of the awarded gift design Lollypop said “Lollypop is a wooden pencil sharpener that has eight holes for pencils in different diameters and different cross sections. The blades are each aligned differently to give the users the ability to choose between different tip shapes.” Lollypop was imagined by Designnobis Team, and further information about the design can be accessed at:

The Golden A' Design Award
The Golden A' Gift Design Award is a prestigious award given to top gift designs that has achieved an exemplary level of perfection in design. Laureates of the A' Design Award & Competition are granted a series of PR and marketing services to promote the winners such as inclusion of award winners at World Design Rankings and DAC - Design Classifications. Laureates of the A' Design Award and Competition are invited to join the gala-night and award ceremony in Italy to receive their award trophies, yearbooks and design excellence certificates. Winner works are exhibited internationally in multiple countries each year. Entries to the A' Design Awards is ongoing and results are announced during World Design Days each year on April 15.

About A' Design Award and Competition
The International A' Design Award and Competition aims to highlight excellent qualifications of best designs, design concepts and design oriented products in all countries and in all industrial sectors. A' Design Award and Competition is organized and awarded annually and internationally in multiple categories to reach a wide, design-oriented audience. The purpose of the competition is to create a global awareness for good design practices and principles. Learn more about the design competition at:

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