2007 Graphics Contest Winners
2007 Graphics Contest Winners

Winners of the Carnegie Council 2007 Graphics Contest

Jan 22, 2008

The Carnegie Council is delighted to announce the results of the 2007 Graphics Competition.

This year's winners (in alphabetical order) are:

  • "Ice Cream Melts" by Jason Melgoza Fresno, CA (submitted by Martin Valencia, Associate Professor of Graphic Design, Department of Art & Design, California State University, Fresno). "This design was inspired by all the global warming news floating around the media," writes Jason. "I wanted people to look at this and get a sense of fear of what is happening right now. Our home is melting away like ice cream on a hot summer day.
  • "Justice" by Megan Zang Computer Graphics student at the International Academy of Design and Technology, Orlando, FL. Megan has been interested in art since the "jumbo crayon" was introduced to her as a child. Now she is pursuing art as a career and a way to express what is important to her and others through many mediums.

Each winner has received a prize of $500.

Many thanks to all those who submitted entries and to all the colleges that took part. Colleges included:

  • Boston College
  • Briarcliffe College
  • FIT
  • International Academy of Design and Technology
  • Villa Maria College of Buffalo
  • Westwood College

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