The ND2C Creative Fair is a showcase of some of the best design work we have come across. It is a place of opportunity, collaboration and learning; a talent hub; a bridge between creatives and the industry; agency and client; mentor and mentee.
Showcase some of your best work to an exclusive community of design enthusiasts; a premium opportunity to network with the most creative minds nationwide and around the world.
No matter what stage of your design career you’re at, the Creative Fair provides you with the opportunity to boost your profile/brand. Even if you have been working in the industry for a decade but regular client work doesn’t satisfy the rebel designer in you.
The Creative Fair this year will offer exhibitors all the spotlight they deserve – from website features, social media buzz, newsletter features and post-event promotion. The mileage you get from this experience is unprecedented.
Creative Fair gives you the opportunity to learn about industry trends and see how you’re doing in comparison to other great designers in the country.
Sometimes all you need is a healthy discussion and critique around your work with people who truly understand design. Done right, these little discussions can lead to collaborations, paid and / or passion projects, long term friendships, a job, or who knows what.
Plenty of structured and informal networking sessions mean tonnes of opportunities to forge new contacts and talk with like-minded industry giants and peers.
Although we want the Creative Fair to stand out for the wisdom, learning and relationships that come with exhibiting your work in front of the ND2C audience. The money you make at the Creative Fair or as a result of it may be significant but must be considered a by-product.
Unlike other ND2C passes, the exhibitor pass cannot just be bought. Instead we review applications to identify some of the best talent and curate an assortment of design work.
To apply, please fill out the form below and we will get in touch with selected applicants at regular intervals with more details:
We knew you’d ask. Yes, the investment amount is PKR 12,500 6,000/- per stall. This is payable within 3 working days of receiving confirmation of your selection from us.
We knew you’d ask that too.
This may be one of the only opportunities of its kind. It’s an experience we spend a year putting together. The linkages you build, the exposure you receive and the opportunity to get noticed by some of the bigwigs in the industry is invaluable to you as a creative. Consider it an investment in your career and brand. Our attendees, guests and speakers from around the world will be visiting your stall. The investment is one with a ridiculously high return.
We envision the Creative Fair to be a place of collaboration and opportunity and we feel it is extremely important that you personally represent your brand when someone walks to your stall. The way you can explain your brand, the process and what goes behind each piece of art, no one else can. We encourage exhibitors to be at their stall at all times and therefore do not allow entrance into the Main Hall before 3:00 p.m.
You may, however, attend the closing keynotes.
We want people from all across Pakistan to showcase their work. So yes, you can. But we do not provide assistance with travel and accommodation. The cost of the stall is exclusive of any travel and / or accommodation arrangements you may have to make.
If you hold the Exhibitor Pass you are responsible for your own space. Besides, nobody can represent your work and your brand better than you.
Sure! When life gives you lemons…
We will charge no commission on any sales you will make and encourage that you put your work up for sale. But we also want to stress to not focus on sale and rather on learning, networking, and generating leads.
Nope. We’ve kept the display areas small and simple. They’re only good for one brand or individual.
Each exhibitor will only be allowed one stall.
We have limited space and our candidates are carefully curated out of all applications we receive. The Exhibitor Pass is therefore non-exchangeable and non-refundable.
If you are unable to display your work after purchasing the Exhibitor Pass, we recommend you write to us at email@example.com. If we have a shortlisted participant on the waiting list, we may try and accommodate your request but do not promise or guarantee any exchanges or refunds
You will be requested to display your work on portable devices such as laptop, tablets etc. LCD's, LED's and projector are not permissible.
Write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you shortly.
I am a graphic designer and a passionate illustrator. I love learning new things and skills hence I never waste any opportunity that can help me grow as a designer and as a human being.
as a bachelors student working part time as a freelance Illustrator, displaying at nD2C holds great importance to me in terms of exposure and experience. it also means I get to interact with fellow designers and illustrators and gain insight from them which will, in the long run, help me achieve my goals, not just academically but also career-wise. for me, ND2C is not just a conference where designers come together Annually but rather a creative space that allows creatives to engage with, and Influence each other.
I Am Young Graphic Designer, Illustrator, and dreamer, looking to experiment and rethink design standards, which I’d Like To Think reflects in My Work as well. To Me, Displaying At ND2C Means An exhilarating, one-of-a-kind Opportunity to learn from, interact and connect with new people in the creative industry!
I am a biotech graduate interested in working at the interface of biology and art. I work as a bioartist at Peshawar 2.0 to bridge the gap between artists, designers and scientists. As a biologist, I am Absolutely inspired by nature, and its strategy of setting no boundaries between any Fields. So, I founded Undivided, the first bioArt community in Pakistan to gather all the creatives of KP, and work for the future, while having the power & technology of biology.
Displaying my work will allow me to introduce the contemporary field; bioArt to the designers and get them excited. ( I mean, come on! We gotta get this in our heads, the Future engineers are the biologists and artists of today. and We gotta work together!)
Cake flyer is work of a girl who paints, illustrates and designs her journey across the universe and within, which she embarks upon everyday. The artworks are excerpts from past, fragments from present and spoilers from future. Mahnoor Akhtar is manager to the Cake Flyer. A psychology student who enjoys all sorts of creative environments and love to bake. Ameena Sajjal is the creative behind Cake Flyer, a communication designer by profession and an astronaut at heart.
I am a calligrafitti artist from Peshawar. also an odd biologist with deep feelings for all the species of this world. My expression is through ink, hence I named my art Gallery, blaecink. I have worked on lettering projects for years now, for my clients in Pakistan and Abroad. I am cofounder of Octopus too, an educational startup For Schoolers Of Pashto-Speaking Community, in which I work as an illustrator (and an edutaniner?) [Relax, we have subtitles too and everyone can learn science from there ;)]
I Am An Experienced Professional With A Demonstrated History Of Working In The Information Technology And Services Industry. Skilled In Creative Design, Web Design, Photography, Brand Identity Design, Advertising, Sales/Marketing, And Video Production.
Raised with Disney Princesses films at one side and the tales of Seven Heroines of Sindh on the other, since infancy, I couldn’t help but wonder how the world would respond if they were somehow amalgamated. I am Hammad from Karachi a wannabe aspiring animator and I just wanted to intrigue and inspire the audiences at ND2C about the untold stories of the Princesses of the Land of Sindh. The ND2C platform is crucial to me since I’ll be sharing my artwork with a global audience and also gimme a chance to educate my viewers in person about the empowering struggles and tales of my childhood feminist heroines.
My passion for digital art and printmaking led to a degree in Textile Design that has now enabled me to turn my prints into tangible products. My artwork (collection) being presented at the ND2C is based on the colorful representation of Empress Market, Karachi. Displaying at ND2C is a designers’ dream, an ideal forum for introducing work that enables visibility to a greater audience. This collection would be my contribution towards achieving the scope of ND2C in furthering the design movement in Pakistan.
As a previous attendant of ND2C conferences, I’ve found the talent and dedication of Creative Fair participants to be inspiring. Taking part in it is an opportunity to share my work, foster connections and encourage aspiring creatives to believe in their work and put it out in the world.
Hi! I’m A Fashion Designer And Self-Taught Illustrator Who Loves To Draw Badass Women, Kawaii Characters, And Everything In Between. I Love Designing Products/Stationery That People Can Relate To And Would Love To Booth At ND2C To Meet Other Creatives.
My design aesthetic is an amalgamation of the adorable and cheeky, the cute and witty, the fresh and gutsy. Women empowerment and equality is extremely important to me and this reflects in my work! At ND2C, I hope to show off my newest designs and soak in the positive design energy!
I am a graduate from Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design and a Master of Fine Arts in Design.
As a practicing, visual artist & designer, my design research involves the conceptual frameworks of speculative design, world-building, and design fiction to critically challenge and engage the audience to question the implication of today’s decisions in the future; using narrative tools such as digital Illustration, poster art, time-based & interactive media, experimental video-making and motion graphics. I enjoy telling stories, but I am even more excited about combining narratives in design with real and pertinent issues.
Displaying my work at nD2C will be an excellent opportunity to engage, network and meet with local artists, designers, and opportunities for future collaborations.
Digital artist and an illustrator based in karachi, experienced in creating environments and background. works as a freelance album artist for worldwide electronic artists & music labels such as mr suicide Sheep. A YAR. recently completed my bachelors in design and now working to kickstart my thesis project ‘ouroborous’ – a climate fiction graphic novel based in pakistan. being an introvert and facing social anxiety, i lost many chances to progress and now I feel its time to spread my art around Pakistan through events such as nD2C as before the only platform i used was digital. It would be a pleasure to work with you guys.
Hailing from the city of islamabad, i, saad mahmood, am a creative that believes getting attention towards your product is equally important to creating it. therefore, i seek to create long lasting bonds with other creatives to help propel our goals even further than initially imagined and make a long lasting impact.
One of the pioneers and an advocate of designers’ community mobilization in Pakistan.
I am a product strategy designer at Afiniti and founder of Stippple – a freelancer marketplace for designers where we manage the business and product development
An Illustrator By Profession, I Specialize In Character Design And Creating Original Graphics. My Style Gravitates Towards Creating Colorful Localized Illustration Which Are Relatable To The Wider Audience Of Pakistan And Promote The Local History Among The Young Audience. I Strongly Believe That The Promotion Of Our Culture Through The Modern Digital Mediums Is The Only Way For The Youth To Truly Appreciate The Artistic History Of This Region.
I am an architect by profession, I graduated from School of art Design and Architecture (SADA), NUST in 2018. my true passion and interests lie in multimedia arts. I love to explore different forms of media for story-telling. During architecture school, i turned to graphic design and illustration and have been drawn to it since. as of late, i have been exploring photography as well. Oh and I’m a fox fanatic. They are the main subject of my illustrations in combination with environment paintings, bold colors and mental health awareness. I look forward to meeting other artists and designers at the ND2C 2019 in hopes of further collaborations and learning opportunities to grow as an illustrator/Designer.
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