More than 150 artists submitted works for The Coffee Art Project 2014 programme in London.

We would like to thank all the artists for their talent and generous contribution to Project Waterfall.

 

2014 Competition Winners

 

Winner of the The Coffee Art Project 2014 was Milan Abad with his 'Blood, Sweat and Coffee', black Ink, fineliner on 300gsm Textured off white art paper. Runner-up was Marie Stijelja with her 'Ma'ya' collage.


The other shortlisted artists were: John Hobbs ('Con leche'), Ambre Meheni ('Liquid Mind'), Sophia Hunt ('Coffee Plant Haven') and Suzette Datema ('Grandpa Morning Fix'). 

The winner of the London Coffee Festival 2014 Visitor Award was Paul Parkin (Jinxy Art) with 'Coffee Ballerina'. 



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2014 Judging Panel


We would like to extend a big thank you to our judges for their valuable involvement:

Jeffrey Young, Chairman, The Allegra Foundation
Jeanette Meinl, Buying Director, Julius Meinl Industry-Holding
Celeste Menich, Head of Design and Production, The Tate
Mark Dunhill, Dean of Art, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design
Isabel Formica Jakob, Editor in Chief, 160g Digital
Tom Watson, MP, West Bromwich East

 

Raising Funds for Project Waterfall


The artworks will be sold and auctioned off to support Project Waterfall. 

If you are interested in purchasing any items please contact Laura Newby: lnewby@allegra.co.uk, +44 (0)20 7691 8821

 

 

 

2014 SUPPORTERS

 

We would like to thank the 2013 sponsors for their generous support:


Allegra Strategies    Julius Meinl    The Old Truman Brewery


Winning Artwork




To see the interview with winning artist Milan Abad please click here.
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