Announcing the winner of the MVP Visuals 2015 Fall Design Scholarship!!
by Olivia Rose on June 18, 2015
We are the easiest company to work with when it comes to branded visuals.
But we can only retain that title because of the creative community who inspire us to put out high quality work.
There is no better way to say thanks to those who have helped us than by investing in the future. For this reason, we designed a scholarship for aspiring artists to help them complete college degrees.
College bound or attending students majoring in design, graphic arts or applied arts, applied to our scholarship by submitting an original graphic representing their academic institution.
On June 1st we collected our submissions and began the process of selecting our winner for the MVP Visuals Design Scholarship.
Though all applicants stretched their creative skills, one really shone through…
The recipient of the first MVP Visuals Design Scholarship is UConn Digital Media & Design student Rachel Sarnie.
Her design, an “UConn by the Numbers” bulletin, was impeccably on-brand using UConn logos, colors and mottos. The “fast facts” covered Husky-centric details like student enrollment to the number of ice creams flavors at the UConn dairy bar.
Demonstrating her designer’s eye, Rachel re-styled the university’s classic motto, “Students Today. Huskies Forever.” in a more visually appealing manner.
Rachel will be receiving $500 dollars and a poster size fabric banner of her design.
Bummed you missed the scholarship deadline? Don’t worry! MVP Visuals offers our design scholarship twice per year for entering or attending college level students who meet our qualifications. Please our scholarship page for more information.
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