It’s official: HOW’s International Design Awards is open for entries. Not only that, but we’re thrilled to announce this year’s panel of judges: Marina Willer, Pentagram partner, Sebastian Padilla, co-founder and creative director of Anagrama, and Dana Arnett, chief executive officer at VSA Partners. If you want these talented individuals to review your work, be sure to enter today. Now, let’s talk about something we’ve noticed in past years’ entries: brochure design. Excellent brochure design, to be more specific. Did you know that entries in the International Design Awards are judged by project type rather than by industry or region? That means that brochure design is up against brochure design, posters are up against posters, web design against web design—you get the idea—no matter where in the world you reside.
Oil prices were mixed on Tuesday, with U.S. crude gaining and Brent crude slumping, as investors prepared for a key meeting of the OPEC producer group next week.
Crude future were in line with the broader financial markets, which were largely unruffled by a U.S.-North Korea summit aimed at the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.
OPEC and other producing countries including Russia have cut oil output by 1.8 million barrels per day (bpd) since January 2017 in an effort to boost the market. The group holds its next meeting on June 22-23, and is expected to decide on future supply policy.
With U.S. sanctions threatening to cut Iranian exports and the potential for more declines in Venezuelan production, OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia and Russia have indicated they would be willing to raise output to make up for any supply shortfall.
more at source: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/11/oil-markets-trump-kim-summit-opec-meeting-in-focus.html