AWARDS: Adobe Design Achievement Winners Showcase

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Mutter Museum Identity
Last week, at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, Adobe announced the winners of the fifth annual Adobe Design Achievement Awards. More than 1,500 student graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, animators, digital filmmakers and computer artists from 10 countries — all making use of the latest Adobe products — submitted work in nine categories for this year's awards. We're leading this showcase with the work of the Yale School of Art's Emily Lessard, a finalist in the Print category, who created an identity, complete with a new typeface, icon system and style guide, for the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia — a medical museum specializing in pathological medical conditions. Also in the PDF are pages from "Flatbed," a Print honorable mention from John Powell of Louisiana Tech University, who "explored experimental methods for building graphic narratives," as he explains, with scanned found photography and line art illustrations. See all the winning work at www.adobe.com/education/winners.
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