Artificial Garden Winners



Dear jovotans,

Last week our very first textile design project, Artificial Garden closed. There are 890 outstanding designs and I can honestly say it was an inspiration to guide the project. I’m also happy to announce this is only the first of many textile design projects with our exciting client that we have in store for you.

This week we will being announcing more information about the future of our textile design talent pool, how to be a part of it and what it means for you!

Be sure to stay tuned, but until then let’s give a huge round of applause for our 10 outstanding community prize winners from the start of it all, the Artificial Garden.

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8. Discovery by Kimberley Foulser


7. Isa by design duo DLKG

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6. Let the Sauces grow!!! by Liliana Pérez


5. Artificial garden by Laura Muñoz Estellés


4. Urban Botanist by BreezeStudio


3. Summer garden by Vanja Paunovic


2. Potpourri by gusmonk


1. Diamond Garden by Sally Pickles


Last but not nearly least, as these are core principles of jovoto, your winners of our newest addition to the community prizes, Best Feedback and Collaboration Awards.

Without further adu, congratulations to our first time ever winners of these two special awards:

For best feedback, a big hand for Grico . Thanks for your time and effort to help make the platform a constructive and development-friendly place!

And two sets of hands for our collaboration award which goes to Indigo58 and DesaR for their team work on the idea Common Fantasy.


A huge round of applause for our community winners, congratulations. Congratulations to all the winners and thanks again. It was a blast and I’m only looking forward to working with you more!



Jess has been a Community Manager at jovoto since 2011. She enjoys getting to know community members from different parts of the globe, creating dialog and watching exciting ideas take shape on the platform.



    Hi Jess, this was my first project and I really enjoyed it. Do we get to see what the client chooses? Or if none are appropriate which ones they liked, which best fitted the brief and what didn’t work for them? Would love to see what it was they were looking for, it was a lovely brief and there was a great variety of interpretation. Many thanks.

    Hi Anne, You’re so very welcome! As soon as we have more information about the client’s selection we will definitely announce it. See you in the orbit!