Studerende vinder canadisk pris for design for kendt blyant-fabrikant

En relancering af den visuelle identitet for Viking er så gennemført, at Catherine Sabourin har vundet en Applied Arts Awards for sit samlede design for blyant-fabrikanten

af Dan Hansen d. 17.11.2017 i Historier

Catherine Sabourin var sidste år international studerende på Grafisk Design på DMJX.
I den forbindelse deltog hun i et samarbejdsprojekt mellem de studerende på Grafisk Design og Viking, som er mest kendt for sine blyanter.

Opgaven var at skabe en ny visuel identitet for fabrikanten med over 100 år på bagen.

Da hun efter endt studieophold vendte tilbage til hjemlandet Canada, besluttede hun sig at indsende sit projekt til den prestigefyldte konkurrence Applied Arts Awards, som i 25 år har hyldet kreativitet i den visuelle branche.

Forleden blev det så annonceret at projektet har vundet hovedprisen for studerende i kategorien ’Entire Design Program – Campaign’.

Du kan se projektet her
 

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Dan Hansen
Presseansvarlig på DMJX. Journalist med sidefag i dansk. Skriver om kommunikation, medier, journalistik og sprog. Har tidligere arbejdet med videnskabsformidling, livsstilsjournalistik og som bladredaktør.
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