Four Woodbury Graphic Design students have won international design awards from the publication, Graphis! Their work, encompassing logo design and poster design has been published in the 2018 Graphis New Talent Annual.
Click on the links below to see their award-winning work.
Sydney Olympics Logo
Nepal Olympics Logo
Poster: Top of Rock
Poster: Brewery Art Walk
The Graphic Design program has a rich history of award-winning students. Since 2010, students have won nearly 100 international and national design awards. “We are immensely proud of Galia, Samantha, Patricia, and Briana, whose creativity and dedication to mastering their craft bring recognition to themselves and to Woodbury University. Competitions such as this one attest to the proven ability of our students and grads to compete for top jobs in the Graphic Design field,” said Sue Vessella, Dean of Woodbury’s School of Media, Culture and Design. “
Woodbury’s exceptional faculty have developed a professional curriculum that nurtures the growth of these talented students. “Graphic Design professors, Behnoush McKay and Cate Roman have provided a studio experience that develops the talents of our students and provides a platform in which they can excel,” said Dean Vessella.
Since 1944, Graphis has published award-winning work from the international arena in design and visual imagery. The publication is committed to presenting and promoting the work of exceptional talent in Design, Advertising, Photography and Art/Illustration.
The Graphic Design program grants a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, which is included in the university’s accreditation by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design. The BFA is a professional degree, which translates to a top education resulting in strong, competitive student portfolios that stand out in the graphic design industry. Woodbury students consistently win international and national design awards, and have achieved recognition in entertainment design, web design, advertising design, package design, photography, identity design and environmental graphics.
Small class size allows individual attention from the professional faculty and educational experiences both inside and outside of the classroom, which provides students with the ability to create effective and engaging visual communication solutions. The program has gained a reputation for graduating top quality designers ready to take their place in the profession.