IDEA students won 14/50 Advertising & Design Club of Canada (ADCC) Student Awards
Capilano University’s IDEA School of Design students won 14/50 Advertising & Design Club of Canada (ADCC) Student Awards this past year. Not bad for our first time entering! We didn’t get any golds, but 3 silvers and 11 merits.
Congratulations and thank-you to all the students for making time to submit your work. It’s a huge benefit for you and the school!
IDEA School of Design Graphic Design Silver Awards
Danielle Adams for Adventure Bug
Alice Zeng for Ground Goodness
Rae Maher for Deuce Fest
IDEA School of Design Graphic Design Merits
Alice Zeng for City of Valencia Rebrand
Ashley Loo for The Harvest Room
Ashley Visvanathan for 2400 Motel (mentor Pam Rounis)
Brynn Staples for Ace Relief Branding and Packaging
Charmaine Cheng for Zafrane Packaging
Rebekah Maurice for ShareED
Pamella Pinard for Decoding Cool Exhibit
Pamella Pinard for Rhyme & Reason Lyric Festival
IDEA School of Design Editorial & Book Design Merits
Brynn Staples for Bodily Harm Book Design
Sophie Young for Animal Farm Book Cover
Pamella Pinard for Packed Poetry
About the ADCC
The ADCC awards the best student work in Canada and looks for the best portfolio pieces from students of Advertising, Graphic Design, Editorial & Book Design, and Interactive programs.
The ADCC Student Competition is a great way for students to have their work noticed by the professional community. Student Competition winners were featured alongside the Directions 2018 professional winners at our Awards Show in Toronto on November 8, 2018, in our printed Awards Annual, and on the ADCC Archive – our free, digital collection of award-winning Canadian work that dates back to 1949.
There are also cash prizes up for grabs. Gold award winners will also receive a cash prize of $1,000 and a 4-month mentorship. Silver winners will receive a cash prize of $150.
Full details about the competition are available at: http://studentawards.theadcc.ca.
Check out more award winning images by Capilano University IDEA School of Design in Vancouver at archive.theadcc.ca.