RMU Media Arts Design Students Win Big at Neographics 2020!

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Media Arts, Department of Arts and Humanities, School of Informatics, Humanities and Social Sciences 

Robert Morris University, Pittsburgh, PA

Two RMU Media Arts students, Jesse Hyatt and Rachel Root, win the best-of-category award and 11 Media Arts students win the total of 17 Franklin Awards of Excellence at the Neographics 2020: The Power of Print competition. The annual three-state contest by the Graphic Arts Association (GAA) in Delaware, New Jersey and in Pennsylvania is one of the largest regional graphics communications contests in the U.S.

The awarded Media Arts student work was completed in Media Arts Professor Ferris Crane’s Advanced Typography, Design Studio II, and Package Design courses.

The winning Media Arts students are:

Best of Category Student College - Combo:

Jesse Hyatt, Shopping Bag for Tattoo Shop

Best of Category Student College - Digital:

Rachel Root, Deconstruction Poster on the Australian Wildfires

Student College - The Franklin Award of Excellence 

Amanda Beuchat, Bob's Dots

Amanda Beuchat, The Coming of the Cancer Alley

Amanda Beuchat, Color Conference 2020

Amanda Beuchat, Shopping Bag for Imaginerium

Collin Fox, Adorned

Collin Fox, Poster for LaTraviata

Tasia Hall, Native American Wisdom About Water Pollution

Tasia Hall, Shopping Bag for Little Discoveries Toy Store

Alexa Headley, Shopping Bag for Crosswell Toy Store

Ryan Hertrich, Green Day Concert Poster

Harrison Klehm, Typographic Translation of American Idiot

Harrison Klehm, Deconstructed Poster About Australia's Fires

Madisyn Kovach, Shopping Bag for Evelyn's Jewelry Store

Rachel Root, Poster Design for Dave Brubeck's Take Five

Erik Schmidt, Shopping Bag: La Pierre

Megan Shandel, Pittsburgh "Ink and Ice" Shopping Bag

Danica Teodoro, Lindy Hop With Dave Brubeck