LSAD Visual Communications LIT.
International Award Winners
"The most recent YCN Student Awards resulted in the biggest response to date, with inspiring creative submissions received from all over the world" www.ycnonline.com
The students of the Visual Communications Course at the Limerick School of Art and Design-LIT are competing and winning Awards on the international stage and have been awarded two YCN Student Design Awards this year;
The Heinz Award went to Charlene Zubrzycki, Lucia Poliakova & Nora Szekeres (LSAD-LIT)
The Feel Good Drinks Company Award went to Adam Broe, Ian Malone and Justin McCarthy. (LSAD-LIT)
Congratulations to all six students.
The award winning students are in the company of students from prestigious Art Colleges and Universities including Chelsea College of Art & Design, London College of Communication, Kingston University, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Arts University College at Bournemouth, Norwich University College of the Arts, School of Art and Design (Moscow), Edinburgh College of Art, and Teesside University to mention but a few.
Since 2001, The YCN Student Awards annualy shine a light on emerging creative excellence; and run closely alongside the many Universities, Colleges and Art & Design Schools across the UK, and Europe. The awards are based around a collection of live creative briefs; written each year by partnering brands, charities and other organisations. This year the YCN Student Awards set creative and challenging design briefs working in collaboration with such international companies as Google, Heinz, The Co-operative, Fedrigoni, Marks and Spencer, SEGA, and The Feel Good Drinks Company.
Judges identified the entries that they thought had most outstandingly responded to the briefs. Commended entrants will be awarded at the YCN Student Awards Ceremony at Shoreditch Town Hall in London in early September for a colourful evening of celebration; and all of the award winning work will be showcased in the pages of the YCN Student Annual. 10,000 copies of the Annual will be distributed across education, and across the creative industries. The Awards enable all those that take part to benefit from engaging with thoroughly contemporary communication challenges, and give increased confidence, visibility and employability to all those that excel within them.