Winning Graphic Design
September 30, 2009
Students in our Graphic Design program continue to impress, winning both national and international competitions. In this year's 39th Annual University and College Designers Association (UCDA) Design Competition, eight of our students took home print awards, including one silver award. The judges evaluated nearly 1,300 print pieces and awarded only 33 total wins in the student project category.
In another successful showing, Graphic Design students took home ten awards at the Graphic Design USA American Graphic Design Awards 2009. One of the largest design competitions in the country, Graphic Design USA received over 8,000 entries this year and only a few were recognized with an Awards Certificate of Excellence. Our student winners will be featured in the Graphic Design USA Design Annual Publication and on gdusa.com.
Find out more about the winners here.
UCDA Design Competition:
Michael Valentine won the silver award for his The Devil and Robert Johnson film promotion; Jenna Navitsky won for her 7-11 Rebranding and Packaging; Ruslan Khaydarov won for "The Silk Road' book; Abigail Zug won for Robot; Allison Feagan won for "The Bell Jar' book jacket; Joey Krietemeyer won for "Secrets of Misdirection and Illusion, A Mystical Box for Aspiring Magicians' and for his Urban Outfitters Shoe Packaging; Sasha McCune won for her "The Art of Typography' book; and John Dunn won for his Waste Management Annual Report. The winning work will be on display an the UCDA Exhibition 39 in Seattle, Washington.
USA American Graphic Design Awards 2009:
Brian Howell won for his "Gulliver's Travels' book jacket; Michael Valentine for The Devil and Robert Johnson film promotion and title sequence; Jenna Navitsky for her 7-11 Rebranding and Packaging; Allison Fegan for "The Bell Jar' book jacket; Yesenia Perez-Cruz for "The Sun Also Rises' book jacket and her MAC Cosmetics Packaging; Joey Krietmeyer for "Secret of Misdirection and Illusion, A Mystical Box for Aspiring Magicians' and his Urban Outfitters Show Packaging; Courtney Remm for her Smith and Hawken Packaging; and Abigail Zug for Robot.
Congratulations to the instructors of these students: E. June Roberts-Lunn, Sandy Stewart, Jody Graff, Bill Rees and Don Haring Jr.