Platinum Award at 44th Creativity International

A great success for media design students Christopher Gram, Kevin May and Robert Schweizer:
With their semester project “#urbanoasis”, a campaign proposal to reposition public awareness for the British National Trust, they won the coveted Platinum Award at the American Creativity International Awards.

Creativity International Awards is one of the longest running INDEPENDENT international advertising and graphic design competitions, open to both professional and student work. Established as a traveling exhibit in conjunction with Art Direction Magazine” in 1970, the Creativity Awards Annual replaced the traveling exhibit and became one of the first books to showcase leading-edge design not just from New York, but from across America and all points of the globe. The Creativity International Awards is judged by a yearly changing panel of advertising and design professionals. They choose the best designs, advertisements, marketing materials, websites, and commercials from all over the world to be reproduced in the 400-page Creativity Awards Annual.

The 44th Creativity Winner Exhibit travels around the world to high profile design and and advertising conferences, museums, festivals and expos in the US, Canada and South Korea.

www.creativityawards.com