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Recent Graduate Communications Design alumna Woojin Lee (M.S. ’11) won two awards at the Creativity International Awards 41st annual Media and Interactive Competition for her entries titled 5 Minutes Music Miracle_Interactive Itinerary around Times Square and Pause (a multi-touch screen experience in the public sector), both of which she completed at Pratt. Lee’s entries were selected from hundreds of student and professional entries, and judged by a panel of design experts in the fields of television and radio, film and video, new media, and Web design. Lee’s winning works will be featured on Creativity International’s website and in the Creativity International Awards Annual Book distributed worldwide by HarperCollins Publishers.

Tzu-Huan Lin (M.F.A. Digital Arts ’12) was awarded second place by the International Design Awards (IDA) Print Competition for his piece titled Aurora. Lin’s winning work will be featured in the IDA Book of Designs, to be distributed nationwide, and he will receive year-long coverage on the IDA website. The International Design Awards were formed to recognize emerging talent in architecture, interior, product, graphic, and fashion design.

Anthony Morton, (B.F.A. Painting ’12), had his design selected by the Edge Shave Gel company to represent their new “Edge of Greatness” marketing campaign. The campaign kicked off with the unveiling of a 30-by-16 foot wallscape in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood that features Morton’s design, titled Create The Life You Live.  The piece includes symbols of Morton's life inspired by social and technological interactions and views on his generation. The wallscape will remain on display throughout the month of June. 

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