UTGP2024 winners

UTGP2024 winners

DISCOVERIES OF

THE LOUVRE

UTGP 2024

The Winners

9,269Entries Worldwide

UT proudly presents the 9 winning UT Grand Prix designs from
the global competition.

The UT Grand Prix (UTGP) invited creatives from around the world to submit artwork under the theme of "DISCOVERIES OF THE LOUVRE".
UT now presents a special T-shirt collection available exclusively at UNIQLO, featuring selected works from the Louvre's collection.

UT proudly presents the 9 winning
UT Grand Prix designs from
the global competition.

The UT Grand Prix (UTGP) invited creatives from around the world to submit artwork under the theme of "DISCOVERIES OF THE LOUVRE".UT now presents a special T-shirt collection available exclusively at UNIQLO, featuring selected works from the Louvre's collection.

To be released online and
in-store from June.

Grand Prix

Grand Prix

Grand Prix
Grand Prix
Grand Prix
Grand Prix

Women

19.90 €

XXS-XXL

Hinz Pak

Hinz Pak

Hong Kong

The idea behind "Mona Lisa's Onigiri" is rooted in my belief that art, much like our regular meals, thrives in its simplicity and integrates into our everyday lives. The design playfully reimagines the world-renown Louvre Museum into an onigiri, reminding us that art is an enriching, daily necessity. Visualising Mona Lisa in another parallel universe offers a curious perspective on art's accessibility: it becomes a feast for our eyes, making artistic expression more creative, approachable and even ‘delicious’ for everyone! It is a humorous take on the intersection of the Louvre and our everyday joy of a tasty onigiri.
Director of UT

Director of UT

This whimsical design not only reminds us that the Louvre is famous for its masterpieces, but also that the landscape of the museum itself is a work of art. By collaborating with The Louvre for UTGP, it is our hope to continue to make art for all and bring the Louvre to as many people in the world as possible. This art can truly be enjoyed by everyone.

Louvre Prize

Louvre Prize
Louvre Prize
Louvre Prize
Louvre Prize

Men

19.90 €

XS-3XL

Laura Nochtova

Laura Nochtova

Slovakia

Animals have always had a significant role in my life, I look for these furry companions everywhere, in my hobbies, on the street, and of course, in art. Our four-legged friends have loyally been with us throughout history, inspiring many artists and warming our hearts. They deserve a place in the spotlight.
Stéphanie Hussonnois-Bouhayati

Stéphanie Hussonnois-Bouhayati

Director of External Relations and
Communication

A symbol both familiar and universal of loyalty, vitality, courage and joie de vivre, dogs invite themselves right into the private, almost sacred spaces of paintings and other works of art. From Veronese's Wedding Feast at Cana to Qajar portraiture or Athenian funerary stelae, from the imagery of 18th-dynasty Egypt to the paintings of Fragonard, you can always find a canine companion to guide you through the Louvre!

Maxime Tetard

Sarah Andelman Prize

Sarah Andelman Prize
Sarah Andelman Prize
Sarah Andelman Prize
Sarah Andelman Prize

Men

19.90 €

XS-3XL

Ayahiko Kondo

Ayahiko Kondo

Japan

I have heard that it takes days to see all the art in the Louvre.
The design represents the experience of exploring, wandering through the museum, and encountering the countless treasures of art, as if it were an RPG game that I was obsessed with as a child.
Sarah Andelman

Sarah Andelman

Founder, Just an Idea

I chose this design because I liked the contrast between a video game aesthetic and the history of the Louvre Museum. There’s an interesting approach to consider the Louvre as a platform to enter, and play, and immerse yourself with art. You will definitely win points!

@Amelie Ambroise

India Mahdavi Prize

India Mahdavi Prize
India Mahdavi Prize
India Mahdavi Prize
India Mahdavi Prize
India Mahdavi
India Mahdavi Prize
India Mahdavi Prize
India Mahdavi Prize

Men

19.90 €

XS-3XL

Sonya Wang

Sonya Wang

Taiwan

Imagining myself in the Louvre, I chose a minimalistic approach, outlining forms with silhouettes and few lines after completing Vénus de Milo. Exploring Louvre's works in a unique way through a mysterious silhouette presentation, breaking away from preconceived impressions.
India Mahdavi

India Mahdavi

Architect and designer

This design, which outlines silhouettes of some of the most famous masterpieces in the Louvre collections, reminded me of typologies – a way to classify and organize objects that is at the basis of architectural thinking. It also precisely shows the idea of scale, which is another key feature in my field; and therefore it immediately spoke to my mind.

Paolo Roversi

Kosuke Kawamura Prize

Kosuke Kawamura Prize
Kosuke Kawamura Prize
Kosuke Kawamura Prize
Kosuke Kawamura Prize
Kosuke Kawamura Prize
Kosuke Kawamura Prize
Kosuke Kawamura Prize
Kosuke Kawamura Prize

Women

19.90 €

XXS-XXL

Naoki Yoshizawa

Naoki Yoshizawa

Japan

People of different races are born and live together on earth, as they will eventually perish. Plants can be interpreted as an embodiment of our emotions, such as longing for beauty, love, hope, and compassion. The emotion of "love" is essential for human beings.
The "LOVE" typography on the front is, of course, a reference to "LOUVRE," but the logo and design are also based on the theme of love.
Kosuke Kawamura

Kosuke Kawamura

Artist and UT Creative Director

I immediately reacted to the design on the front with the clever use of Louvre and "LOVE" as well as the balance of colours and layout. The design is full of vibrant energy and makes for a beautiful T-shirt.

Hypebeast

Award ceremony and pop-up store preview

The Discoveries of the Louvre UTGP2024 Award Ceremony was held on April 30th at the Louvre Museum, Paris. A pop-up store in the Louvre Museum will sell the winning UTGP2024 T-shirts and a Louvre Museum-themed collection from the UT archive until the end of August 2024.

Award ceremony and pop-up store preview
Award ceremony and pop-up store preview
Award ceremony and pop-up store preview
Award ceremony and pop-up store preview
Award ceremony and pop-up store preview

What is UTGP2024?

The UT Grand Prix (UTGP) is a design competition that started in 2005.
Using the T-shirt as a creative medium, the UTGP invites everyone to freely express their creativity.
Open to everyone, regardless of their occupation, age, gender, or nationality,
UTGP aims to foster imagination and artistic talent in people all over the world.

About the Louvre

About the Louvre

The Musée du Louvre boasts a truly universal scope: its nine departments are today home to collections that span several millennia and cover geographical areas from the Americas to the borders of Asia. Over 33,000 works are on display in the museum's galleries, including world-renowned masterpieces such as the Mona Lisa, the Winged Victory of Samothrace and the Venus de Milo.

Even before it was converted into a museum during the French Revolution, artists flocked to the Louvre to admire the works of the great masters and to create their own. In the present day, the museum continues to spark the imagination of some of today's greatest creative minds, be they architects, sculptors, dancers, musicians or chefs.

The Musée du Louvre Official Site

Centaure Borghèse (détail) © 2011 MdL / T. Ollivier Idole cloche © 2021 MdL / N. Guiraud J.E. Bapst, Eléphant blanc de Danemark © RMN-GP (MdL) / M. Rabeau L. de Vinci, Portrait de Lisa Gherardini, épouse de Francesco del Giocondo (détail) © RMN-GP (MdL) / M. Urtado Relief de Séthi I et Hathor (détail) © 2010 MdL / C. Décamps Pendule de crozatier © 2016 RMN-GP (MdL) / S. Maréchalle J.B.S. Chardin, Pipes et vase à boire, dit aussi La Tabagie (détail) © 2010 MdL / A. Dequier L. de Vinci, Portrait de femme de profil tournée vers la gauche dite Isabelle d'Este (détail) © RMN-GP (MdL) - T. Le Mage Relief du palais de Sargon II (détail) © 2012 RMN-GP (MdL) / © RMN - T. Ollivier- 2012 Stèle de Tapéret © 2008 MdL / G. Poncet E.M. Falconnet, L'amour menaçant (détail) © 2021 MdL / N. Guiraud Pallas de Velletri (détail) © 2021 MdL / N. Guiraud Lion dit de Monzon © 2021 MdL / N. Guiraud © MdL / O. Ouadah
Pompée et Florissant, chiens de la meute de Louis XV © 2008 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / René-Gabriel Ojéda Le Jugement de saint Georges © 1997 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Daniel Arnaudet Chien basset. © 2009 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Michel Urtado Portrait présumé de Mademoiselle de Blois © 2006 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Gérard Blot Étude d'un "chien de Barbarie" © 2001 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Gérard Blot Diane et Blonde, chiennes de la meute de Louis XIV, chassant © 1982 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Daniel Arnaudet Madame Adélaïde (1732-1799) tenant un livre de musique © 2008 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Gérard Blot Chien basset noir et blanc au chenil. © 2020 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Adrien Didierjean Portrait du nain du cardinal de Granvelle tenant un chien © 2017 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Tony Querrec Chiens se battant, reprenant leur souffle © 2011 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Franck Raux Chiens de chasse au repos. © 2020 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Adrien Didierjean Mignonne et Sylvie, levrettes de la meute de Louis XV © 2003 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Gérard Blot Zerbine et Jemite, chiens de Louis XV. © 1994 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Daniel Arnaudet Les Pèlerins d'Emmaüs © 2019 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Michel Urtado La Mort d'un chevreuil © 2016 Musée du Louvre / Christophe Fouin Merluzine et Cocoq, chiennes de Louis XV © 1994 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Daniel Arnaudet Bonne, Nonne et Ponne, chiennes de la meute de Louis XIV, chassant © 1982 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Daniel Arnaudet Deux chiens de chasse liés à une souche © 2009 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Stéphane Maréchalle Polydore, chien de la meute de Louis XV © 2003 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Gérard Blot Pompée et Florissant, chiens de la meute de Louis XV © 1994 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Daniel Arnaudet Misse et Turlu, levrettes de Louis XV © 1982 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Christian Jean Diane chasseresse1540 / 1560 (Milieu du XVIe siècle) © 2017 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Adrien Didierjean Les Noces de Cana © 2016 RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Michel Urtado Diane chasseresse1550 / 1600 (2e moitié du XVIe siècle) © 2017 RMN-Grand Palais

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