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Four Moore Graphic Designers Are 2018 Adobe Achievement Awards Semifinalists.

Kayla Koehler '18,
Kayla Koehler '18, "It's All In My Head"

Five projects by Moore Graphic Design majors have been selected as 2018 Adobe Achievement Awards semifinalists. This is a global student competition that celebrates student achievement reflecting the powerful convergence of technology and the creative arts. The finalists and winners will be selected on August 10 and 11 when judges gather at Adobe’s San Francisco offices to review all semifinalists.

Congratulations to the following Moore alumni and students on being selected as semifinalists.

Tyler Shea '19 for “Extender Book”

Sara Mizrachi '18 for “Desert Roses”

Alexa Sarracino '18 for “The Beatles Redesign”

Tyler Shea '19 for “Revive the Reef”

Kayla Koehler '18 for “It’s All In My Head”

The competition, which showcases individual and group projects created with industry-leading Adobe creative software, honors the most talented and promising student graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, animators, digital filmmakers, developers and computer artists from the world‘s top institutions of higher education. There is a total of 14 categories divided in three main segments: Fine Arts, Commercial and Social Impact

Designers entering may submit up to three entries, per different category, for a maximum of 42 possible entries per contestant. The work must be created primarily (50 percent or more) with the Adobe tools designated in each category and be accompanied by original digital files in Adobe software if requested.

Click here to read more about the competition


Published on July 23rd, 2018