AIGA Recognizes Graphics Students

Three-Eyed Troll Imperial Stout Packaging Design - Brandon Lyons
Three-Eyed Troll Imperial Stout Packaging Design - Brandon Lyons

(Fall 2016) Computer Graphic Design faculty nominated eight student projects to be entered into the prestigious annual awards show for local artists and designers, The Show. The awards are sponsored by our local chapter of American Institute of Graphic Arts, or AIGA. Congrats to Brandon Lyons for winning an award for his Three-Eyed Troll Imperial Stout Packaging Design!

Other student entries included:  Sara Cameron Ragazzo for City View, 3D Illustration (see below); Josh Kerby for Fat Yetti, Packaging Design; Brandie Farkas, Fuco E Zolfo, Poster Illustration (see below); Morgan Fletcher for Goldsmith Studios, Brand ID (see below); Brent Hudson for Perfect Pour, Environmental Design; Thomas Harlamert for Proof on Main Branding Guide; and Stephen Broyles for Thrasher Magazine Design (see below).

The awards ceremony took place on Thursday, December 1. There was a digital pre-show, keynote presentation by Indianapolis-based art director and letterer Bob Ewing, the announcement of winners, and an 80’s prom-themed dance party!

The AIGA seeks to advance design as a professional craft, strategic advantage and vital cultural force. As the largest community of design advocates, they bring together practitioners, enthusiasts, and patrons to amplify the voice of design and create the vision for a collective future. They define global standards and ethical practices, guide design education, enhance professional development, and make powerful tools and resources accessible to all.

Thrasher Magazine Design - Stephen Broyles

Thrasher Magazine Design by Stephen Broyles

Goldsmith Studios Brand ID - Morgan Fletcher

Goldsmith Studios, Brand ID by Morgan Fletcher

Fuco E Zolfo Poster Illustration - Brandie Farkas

Fuco E Zolfo, Poster Illustration by Brandie Farkas

City View 3D Illustration - Sara Cameron-Ragazzo

City View, 3D Illustration by Sara Cameron-Ragazzo 

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