Students Awarded for Package Design

 

KENNESAW, Ga. (Feb 21, 2018) — The Graphic Design USA organization awarded Kennesaw State University students for designs submitted into their 55th Anniversary American Package Design Competition.

  • "It Could be You" Opioid Addiction Awareness; DESIGNERS: Kira Kowolik, Preston Luck and Eryn Speer
  • "From War to Work" Non-profit campaign for social change; DESIGNERS: Jessica Fields, Cindy Jodesty, and Dean WIlliams
  • "Mission Monarchs" Awareness of monarch butterfly population reduction; DESIGNERS: Liz Jones and Crys Newberry

The goal of the competition is to focus attention on areas of growth and opportunity for graphic design professionals, to recognize the best work being done in those arenas, and to emphasize the value that graphic design brings to business and society.

  • PROJECT: "Awareness of Unemployed Veterans with Service Dogs;" DESIGNERS: Dean WIlliams, Cindy Jodesty, and Jessica Fields
  • PROJECT: "Mission Monarchs" Awareness of monarch butterfly population reduction; DESIGNERS: Crys Newberry and Liz Jones
  • PROJECT: "It Could be You" Opioid Addiction Awareness; DESIGINERS: Eryn Speer, Kira Kowolik and Preston LuckPROJECT: "It Could be You" Opioid Addiction Awareness; DESIGINERS: Eryn Speer, Kira Kowolik and Preston Luck
  • PACKAGE DESIGN PROJECT: "It Could be You" Opioid Addiction Awareness; DESIGNERS: Kira Kowolik, Preston Luck and Eryn Speer. Winner of 2018 Graphic Design USA American Package Design Award.
  • PACKAGE DESIGN PROJECT: "From War to Work" Non-profit campaign for social change. DESIGNERS: Jessica Fields, Cindy Jodesty, and Dean WIlliams. Winner of 2018 Graphic Design USA American Package Design Award.
  • PACKAGE DESIGN PROJECT: "Mission Monarchs" Awareness of monarch butterfly population reduction; DESIGNERS: Liz Jones and Crys Newberry. Winner of 2018 Graphic Design USA American Package Design Award.
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