Students’ Graphic Design Artwork Honored in National Competition

Published 05.02.2016

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Creative designs by two graphic design seniors at Pennsylvania College of Technology were honored by the annual Flux Student Design Competition sponsored by AIGA Blue Ridge, a chapter of the national AIGA organization.

Zachary G. Bird, of South Williamsport, and Nicholas J. Vetock, of Shippensburg, had their work selected from nearly 800 entries submitted in the competition. Bird had two designs selected; Vetock had one design chosen.

Designs created by Nicholas J. Vetock (left), Shippensburg, and Zachary G. Bird, South Williamsport, were honored as part of AIGA Blue Ridge’s Flux Student Design competition. The seniors traveled to Frederick, Md., for an awards reception.The students traveled to AIGA Blue Ridge’s awards reception in Frederick, Maryland, with Nicholas L. Stephenson, instructor of graphic design at Penn College.

AIGA is a professional organization for design that was founded in 1914 as the American Institute of Graphic Arts. Its Flux competition is a nationwide contest recognizing outstanding design work produced by students in the categories of identity, publication, poster, packaging and web/interactive.

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