As in previous years, Woodbury students have once again received awards from Graphic Design USA Magazine(GDUSA), the industry’s leading publication. This year, four graphic design students were honored, having their work published in the 57th American Graphic Design Award issue. This brings the number of international and national awards for Woodbury graphic design students to a remarkable 127 since 2012.
This year’s Graphic Design USA winners include:
“Congratulations to Iren, Carolyn, Alex, and Nya for their incredible achievements, as well as the Graphic Design faculty for their invaluable role in supporting our students and advancing the department,” said Behnoush McKay, Graphic Design Chair at Woodbury University. “Competitions such as this attest to the proven ability of Woodbury students and grads to compete for top jobs in the graphic design field. This high-level recognition provides further evidence of the caliber of students in our graphic design program.”
“Selected from a mind boggling 10,000+ entries, these pieces — and their creators — represent the best and brightest and most resilient of our community,” said Gordon Kaye, editor of GDUSA. “The numbers alone are prodigious: 700 pieces reflecting the endless ways in which first-rate graphic design shapes commerce, culture, ideas and causes. Equally exciting is the sheer breadth of it all. Projects run the gamut from traditional print and packaging and p-o-p to websites, mobile and apps, from dream assignments to bread and butter endeavors, from Fortune 500 companies to non-profits, from ad agencies and design studios to inhouse departments, from red states to blue. Represented are great and established creative minds as well as many others striving to grow, learn and find their place in the sun.”
View the winning designs below.
Last Updated on January 4th, 2021.