Daily Diary - Young creative talent

If you're looking for young creative talent, then you need to look no further.

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    Gemma Atkin

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    Lauren Goodland

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    Sarah Boyle

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    Tannaz

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    Teodora

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    John Hui

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    Chloe Massey

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    Katie Sturney

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Arts University College Bournemouth has done the hard work for you, after finding ten young creatives as part of its "Who are you?" competition.

AUCB, in partnership with the outdoor ad company JCDecaux, whittled down ten finalists from 200 international entrants to showcase young creative talent.

The ten winning entries will now be posted on 50 JCDecaux 48-sheet billboards throughout the UK.

The competition, which launched on Facebook last month, challenged 16- to 18-year-old artists and designers to submit artwork that described who they were in the world. A public vote for the ten winners followed on the social networking site.

Winners' work will also be exhibited in a gallery at AUCB from 25-29 April.

If you have a Daily Diary story, e-mail sara.kimberley@haymarket.com

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