I am fortunate to have five pieces published in the new Creativity 41 Design Annual. The Rural Alberta Advantage gig poster won Gold, the Rabbit Children EP, Jeremiah Program Annual Report and What I Ate at the MN State Fair won Silver and the Jeremy Messersmith gig poster won Honorable Mention. Thanks to Creativity and the judges for selecting my work!
I was recently notified that the Rabbit Children CD package, The Rural Alberta Advantage gig poster and Jeremiah Program Annual Report were selected for inclusion in the American Graphic Design Awards annual. The annual is published by Graphic Design USA and will be available in Decemeber. If you are a graphic designer, head over to the site and sign up for a free subscription.
I was extremely fortunate to have two pieces included in the AIGA Minnesota Design Show last Friday. The Antlers gig poster and the What I Ate at the MN State Fair illustration series were both included. It is a huge honor to have my work recognized alongside some of the best work to come out of the Twin Cities this past year. Special thanks to AIGA Minnesota and this year’s judges Brian Jacobs, Michael Lejeune, Mike Perry, and Petrula Vrontikis.
The Rabbit Children CD package has received an Silver Award (given to the top 25% of entries) in the Creativity 39 Design Annual. The competition showcases work from around the globe in the Annual Book published after the close of each year’s competition and sold in bookstores around the world. A big thanks to everyone at Creativity 39 for this award. Congratulations and thanks to Rabbit Children, Clutter Bear Records and everyone else involved with this project. I hope we can do another one very soon.