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Danaé Gosset, Kiyotaka Mizukoshi Earn Special Honors At One Club’s Young Guns 19 Awards – SHOOT Online

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In addition to celebrating the full class of 32 winners from 14 countries (announced last month) during the Young Guns 19 awards ceremony held last night (11/17) in New York, The One Club for Creativity presented additional special recognition to two honorees–Kiyotaka Mizukoshi and Danaé Gosset.

Young Guns 19 winner Mizukoshi, founder and president at Mozu Studios in Tokyo, received the Young Guns 19 Creative Choice Award.  The accolade is the result of a public vote by the global c…….

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In addition to celebrating the full class of 32 winners from 14 countries (announced last month) during the Young Guns 19 awards ceremony held last night (11/17) in New York, The One Club for Creativity presented additional special recognition to two honorees–Kiyotaka Mizukoshi and Danaé Gosset.

Young Guns 19 winner Mizukoshi, founder and president at Mozu Studios in Tokyo, received the Young Guns 19 Creative Choice Award.  The accolade is the result of a public vote by the global creative community who reviewed work of all YG19 winners and picked the one they believe stands above all others.  

Mizukoshi works in three different fields: stop-motion animation, miniatures, and trick art.  He created his first miniature at the age of 17, and it looked so real that it went viral on social media and was featured on TV.  His stop-motion animation “Out of Order” won the top prize at Digicon6, one of the largest film festivals in Asia.  Mizukoshi hosted his first exhibition this past July and is still touring Japan.

Gosset, an animation director, art director, and designer based in Paris, was presented with the eighth-annual Artist In Residence Award from international artists management agency and Young Guns sponsor Levine/Leavitt.  

The honor is bestowed annually to a newly crowned Young Gun whose body of work truly stands out, as judged by an advisory board of industry professionals across a range of disciplines.  As this year’s winner, Gossert receives a full year of professional development, guidance and mentorship from Levine/Leavitt to help advance her career. She specializes in the craft of mixed-media moving images, and aims to make people feel in different ways through various cross techniques and powerful narratives.  Gosset’s work has been recognized by organizations including the Art Directors Club, Type Directors Club, SXSW, D&AD, Graphis Annual, Indigo Awards and Adobe.

This year’s full class of Young Guns 19 winners consists of:

  • Raphaël Ajuelos, creative sound designer, New York/Los Angeles (Sound Design)
  • Magnus Atom, multidisciplinary animation director, Saratoga Springs, NY (Animation)
  • Andre Bato, director, creative director, Andre Bato Corp., New York (Film)
  • Erik Berger Vaage, graphic designer, San Francisco (Graphic Design)
  • Douglas Bernardt, director, Stink, São Paulo (Film)
  • Dani Choi, Illustrator, Brooklyn (Illustration)
  • Roco Corbould, art director, Buenos Aires (Advertising)
  • Daukantė, illustratress, Vilnius, Lithuania (Illustration)
  • Nate Edwards, filmmaker, Invisible Collective, Houston (Film)
  • Julija Fricsone-Gavriss, production designer, Cosmic, Berlin (Film)
  • Andzej Gavriss, director, HALAL, Berlin (Film)
  • Farhad Ghaderi, cinematographer, director, Vancouver (Film)
  • Danaé Gosset, animation director, Paris (Animation)
  • Lam Ieong Kun, art director, graphic designer, illustrator, indego design, Macau (Graphic Design)
  • Boma Iluma, filmmaker, Los Angeles (Film)
  • HeeJae Kim, graphic designer, illustrator, art director, Los Angeles (Graphic Design)
  • Kathryn Kvas, creative director, writer, filmmaker, Spotify, New York (Advertising)
  • Raxenne Maniquiz, graphic designer, illustrator, Bulacan, Philippines (Illustration)</…….

    Source: https://www.shootonline.com/news/dana%C3%A9-gosset-kiyotaka-mizukoshi-earn-special-honors-one-club%E2%80%99s-young-guns-19-awards