Rino Vučak, a ten-year-old autistic child who studies at the Centar za Autizam in Zagreb, Croatia, is the overall winner of the ESIPP Christmas card design competition 2017 run in the framework of the project.
After last year’s hugely successful competition, ESIPP partners invited children and young people on the autism spectrum from Croatia, Cyprus and the FYR of Macedonia to design ESIPP’s official Christmas card for each country to spread the holiday cheer. Open to all ideas and entries from contestants with any level of ability, ESIPP partners have chosen the winning entry from each country, as well as one overall winner. The overall winning entry will be used as this year’s ESIPP Christmas e-card and logo.
ESIPP is grateful for all these designs and congratulates all the participants for their excellent contributions!
This design has been created by Christina Smilkova, a fourteen-year-old young lady on the autism spectrum from Gevjelija, FYR of Macedonia.
This design has been created by Amelia, a seven-year-old child on the autism spectrum. She studies in the Apostolos Varnavas Special School, Cyprus.