Winners from 39 countries; organization’s first edition of long-running competitions under The One Club for Creativity.

Designers in Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Spain won 15 prestigious TDC Certificates, as revealed today by theType Directors Club, the world’s leading typography organization, for its two premiere global awards programs: TDC67 Communication Design and 24TDC Typeface Design competitions.

Winners from the region who picked up TDC67 Communication Design Certificates are as follows:


  • Rebu Consultoria Ltda São Paulo “Bacio di Latte Casa” for Bacio di Latte in Packaging – Single
  • Tátil Design and Plau, both in Rio de Janeiro, “Canal Brasil Ident” for Canal Brasil in Logotypes – Campaign
  • Tátil Design and Plau, both in Rio de Janeiro, “Canal Brasil Logotype” for Canal Brasil in Logotypes – Campaign
  • Túlio Cerquize São Paulo “Agatha Christie Collection” for Harper Collins Brasil in Book Jackets – Campaign
  • Tereza Bettinardi São Paulo “As Mulheres Contam” for Carambaia in Books – Single
  • Tereza Bettinardi São  Paulo “Cursos e Oficinas” for Sesc 24 de Maio in Miscellaneous – Campaign


  • Nubia Navarro with Pouya Nia EEUU, both Bogotá, “Mack & Pouya Branding” for Mack & Pouya Photography in Identity/Branding – Campaign
  • S&Co Bogotá “Fragmented Gardens” for Offline Ventures in Posters – Single


  • Vera Lucia Jimenez Araujo Lima “11/20” for KWY Editorial in Books – Single


  • Compañía and Editorial Planeta, both Barcelona, “El viaje de las delicias” for Accenture in Books – Single
  • democràcia estudi, S.L. València for an identity/branding campaign on behalf of Mòlt. Bakery
  • Marta Cerdà Alimbau Barcelona “Barcelona Poesia” for Ajuntament de Barcelona in Advertisements – Single
  • Marta Cerdà Alimbau Barcelona “Ad Algea” for Josep Maria Martí Duran in Book Jackets – Single
  • Marta Cerdà Alimbau Barcelona “EGO” for Wieden+Kennedy in Posters – Single
  • Migue Martí València “Brand identity where movement fuses with the typography used to portray it, creating a dynamic system.” for Societat Sardina Toné Franché in Logotypes – Single.

Entries were received this year from 57 countries.  A total of 274 TDC Certificates — 254 for TDC67 and 20 for 24TDC — representing 39 countries were unveiled today in a special winners showcase, which can be viewed here.

Top global winners this year were COLLINS New York and San Francisco and Pentagram New York and London, each with eight TDC Certificates.  The New York Times Magazine with seven Certificates.

Opening the competitions following several months of hardship, unemployment and lost clients created a lot of uncertainty, said Elizabeth Carey Smith, TDC past-president and chair of its Advisory Board.  But as we found out, people channeled that uncertainty in incredibly creative, expressive ways, and we’re so proud of all the work submitted.  As an organization that strives to recognize typography all over the world, we’re also delighted this year to have entries from nearly 60 countries.

TDC67, now in its 67th year, is all about how letterforms are used, recognizing typographic excellence and innovation along with the art and craft of typography and design.  24TDC, in its 24th year, focuses on how letterforms are drawn, and celebrates new typeface designs in all global languages.  Both competitions have professional and student categories, and receive entries from more than 60 countries.

TDC67 and 24TDC winners receive a Certificate of Typographic Excellence and digital tag certifying their work is among the world’s best of the year.  Winning work will be featured in the highly respected TDC Annual, The World’s Best Typography® and showcased exhibits that travel to museums, schools and design organizations around the world.

This year’s awards competitions reflect TDC’s commitment to ensure diversity within its TDC67 Communication Design and 24TDC Typeface Design juries.

TDC kicks off The One Club’s virtualCreative Week 2021 on Monday, June 7 with announcement of this year’s Judges’ Choice winners and Best of Show for the TDC67 Communication Design and 24TDC Typeface Design competitions.  In addition, TDC will announce first-, second- and third-place Student monetary winners, and the first-place Student Typeface winner.

Established in 1946 in New York, TDC celebrates and amplifies the power of typography and serves as a global community united by the shared belief that type drives culture and culture drives type.  The competition was established in 1955.

This year marks the first editions of these typography awards competitions since the announcement of TDC’s merger with The One Club for Creativity, the world’s foremost nonprofit organization whose mission is to support and celebrate the global creative community.