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WINNER of the AIBs Art and Culture Award 2019

Updated: Nov 14, 2019

This year’s Winners and Finalists Book has been published, with details of all the prizes awarded at the gala event held in London on 6 November. Below images are from the finalist and winners book please comment, share and enjoy!

You can read the book here. Printed copies are also available from the AIBs web site.

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Time to Celebrate! 🎉 I am the WINNER of the AIBs Art and Culture Award. A very big thank you to everyone at @WeAreYetiMedia and Channel4 TV who worked on the production of the documentary "World’s Tiniest Masterpieces". Congratulations to us all! 🎉

To watch the Worlds Tiniest Masterpieces ⬇️

2019 AIB Fifteenth Annual Gala Awards Evening - London

Honoured and happy to be a guest speaker at tonights 2019 AIBs fifteenth annual gala awards evening in London.

My TV documentary "World's Tiniest Masterpieces", which was created by Yeti Television and was first aired on Channel 4 back in 2018 as been shortlisted for this year's "Art and Culture Awards". The winners will be announced later this evening. 🤞🤞

If you would like to watch 🎥 the World's Tiniest Masterpieces documentary please click the link below

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