Ivy Tech Southern Indiana Alumnus, Louis Herlihy, received a “Creativity Award” through Creativity International, for one of his pieces created while a student in the Visual Communication Program at Ivy Tech. Herlihy submitted two pieces into the student category, “Made with Adobe”. One of those pieces, “The Food Literacy Project Style Guide“, produced in Candace Jaworski’s Graphic Design III class, received top honors in that category. As a winner of this category, Herlihy received a pass to the Adobe MAX Conference. Judges were so impressed with Herlihy’s work that they decided to waive the entry fee for these pieces to be entered into other categories in the competition as well.
The purpose and core existence of Creativity is to award and recognize great design, and the designers that created it, from around the world. Creativity International Design Awards is one of the longest running, independent advertising and graphic design competitions. Open to both students and professionals from around the world, Creativity International Awards is judged by a rotating panel of advertising and design professionals who volunteer their time and knowledge without personal agenda or bias.
Winning entries are selected for their quality of art, or their advertising impact, or both. There is no bias towards any agency, publication, company, freelancer, city, country or any school or style of design.
Congratulations Louis! All of us at Ivy Tech are so proud of this accomplishment and look forward to seeing more of your award-winning work!