Pittsburgh
Menu
Gradient overlay

PGH365 Selected Works + Awards

Written by
aigapittsburgh
Published
April 4, 2017
Categories

PGH365 Selected Works + Awards

Friday, March 31st, 2017

This past Friday, Spirit Hall in Pittsburgh’s Lawrenceville played host to PGH365 2017, AIGA Pittsburgh’s annual design competition and exhibition. This year, both professionals and students from the region submitted 270 of their best print and interactive pieces to be showcased in an Opening & Exhibition. The judges ultimately chose 60 professional pieces and 30 student pieces to be exhibited in this year’s show.

Thanks in part to our event sponsors for making the event such a success.
Boostrap Design Co., Lindenmeyr Munroe, Commonwealth Press, and Copies at Carson.

Best in Show
Wall-to-Wall Studios, “Pittsburgh Dance Council Season”

Student Best in Show
Whitney Miller, Youngstown State University “Self Promotion”
(included a $500 prize from an anonymous donor)

Judges’ Choice
Jill Spaeth: Nick Caruso, “Poetry From Scratch”
Kevin McConkey: Jihye Kim, “Camping with Root Bears”, La Roche College
Jacinda Walker: Faith Kaufman, “Still There”, Carnegie Mellon University

Design Excellence, Professional 
Landesberg Design, “Weinberg Magazine”
MAYA Design, “SmartPGH Video”
Landesberg Design, “University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine 2016 Annual Report”

Design Excellence, Student 
Deborah Lee, “Me, Us, Them: an Instagram Analysis”, Carnegie Mellon University
Heather Clay, “Typographic Restaurant Identity”, La Roche College
Sofia Villarreal, “Self Portrait Digital Illustration”, Chatham University

Selected Works, Professional 
Jesse Wisinski, “Alara Logistics Website”
MarketSpace Communications, “Allegheny County Airport Authority Annual Report”
Doug Dean, “Anti-Flag 2016 Shirt Series”
Nick Caruso, “Bark! the Herald Angels Sing”
Landesberg Design, “Benedum 2015 Annual Report”
MarketSpace Communications, “Beyond Limits Annual Report”
Wall-to-Wall Studios, “Carnegie Museum of Art — LIGHTIME Integrated Branding”
Wall-to-Wall Studios, “Carnegie Museum of Art — LIGHTIME Logo”
Landesberg Design, “City Theatre Subscription brochure 16/17”
Eat’n Park Creative Services, “Corner Mercantile Interior”
Bootstrap Design Co., “Dark Root Branding”
Top Hat, “Diamonds 2 Branding & Web Design”
Wall-to-Wall Studios, “DLA+ Website”
Paul Schifino, “Ed Eberle Teapot book, exhibition catalog, and poster”
Wall-to-Wall Studios, “Foundation for Geauga Parks Website”
Giant Eagle Advertising Department, “Giant Eagle Fried Chicken Food Truck”
Landesberg Design, “h Magazine”
Mizrahi, Inc., “HarbinsonWalker International Brand Book”
Mizrahi, Inc., “HarbinsonWalker International Branding”
Mizrahi, Inc., “HarbinsonWalker International website”
Top Hat, “Impact of the Pittsburgh International Auto Show Rebrand”
Paul Schifino, “Lawrenceville Artists’ Studio Tour 12”
Doug Dean, Less Than Jake “Sound the Alarm” Album Package
Erin Foster, “Lion Attacking a Dromedary”
Giant Eagle Advertising Department,  “Market District Catering Guide”
Brigette Davitt, “Millybutton Branding & Packaging Design”
Wall-to-Wall Studios, “Nove Place Integrated Branding”
Wall-to-Wall Studios, “Nove Place Website”
MAYA Design, “OnePGH Video”
Mizrahi, Inc., “Partner4Work”
Wall-to-Wall Studios, “Pedestrian and Bike Crosswalk”
University of Pittsburgh: Division of Student Affair’s Marketing and Communications, “Pitt Orientation Events Book”
Landesberg Design, “PittLaw Magazine”
TJ Ladner, “Pizza Taglio Restaurant Branding”
Boostrap Design Co., “PIZZUVIO Restaurant Branding”
Paul Schifino, “Powering Place — Land Art Generator Initiative, Santa Monica”
Hampton Hargreaves, “Queen’s Bounty Honey Packaging”
Wall-to-Wall Studios, “Season Campaign, Integrated Branding”
Boostrap Design Co., Silk Screen, Asian American Film Festival Posters
Wall-to-Wall Studios, Sprague Pest Control Card
Celerity, “Tegna News Platform Redesign”
Emily McGaughey, “Thanks for the Recipes” SPAMerican Tour Poster
Nick Caruso, “The Art of the Pie”
Nick Caruso, “The Joy of Leaving Your Sh*t All Over the Place”
Landesberg Design, “The Pittsburgh Foundation 2015-16 Report to the Community”
Wall-to-Wall Studios, “Three Rivers Film Festival; Integrated Event Branding”
Wall-to-Wall Studios, “Three Rivers Film Festival; Logo”
Celereity, “Thryve Digital Brand Campaign”
Landesberg Design, UMass Magazine, Fall 2016
Landesberg Design, “Valpo Magazine”
Nick Caruso, “Vegan Cheese”
Nick Caruso, “White What Bookstore Identity”
Paul McCluskey, “Winter Newsletter Cover”
Eat’n Park Creative Services, “Yeah, it’s big!”
David Leal, “Zac’s Sweet Shop”

Selected Works, Student 
Elissa Papantonakis, “AIA: Form and Foundation Catalog”, Edinboro University
Jennifer Navari, “Alternate”, La Roche College
Faith Kaufman, “An Introduction to Annette Kaufman”, Carnegie Mellon University
Sofia Villarreal, “Architectural Illustration”, Chatham University
Breanna Smith, “Ben & Jerry”, Chatham University
Beau Limsakulpakdi, “Branding & Packaging Design: Wonderfruit Festival”, La Roche College
Lydia DeVault-Arn, “Chimera XIII Publication”, Edinboro University
Heather Clay, “Eames Publication Design”, La Roche College
Sophia Direnna, “Heritage Bookcrafters”, Chatham University
Sofia Villarreal, “Hey Betty Branding”, Chatham University
Deborah Lee, “La Valse d’Amélie: A motion piece”, Carnegie Mellon University
Becky Hinzman, “Lark & Pine Restaurant”, La Roche College
John DeGore, “Odigo Capstone Project”, Carnegie Mellon University
Jennifer Navari, “Papa Legba Mixers”, La Roche College
Jennifer Navari, “Patch 5”, La Roche College
Olivia Healy, “Portraits of the World”, La Roche College
Joshua Merow, “PVRIS Vinyl Album”, Edinboro University
Sara Fields, “Ramifications”, Carnegie Mellon University
Julia Shelton, “The Patty Wagon”, La Roche College
Brandi Reynolds, “Trail Rescue”, La Roche College
Kylie Mason, “Tri City Festival Guides”, Edinboro University
Kandice Hartner, “Women in Comics Portrait Illustration Series”, Chatham University

Thank You
to our sponsors, our volunteers, everyone who submitted this year, attended the show, and continues to support the design community of Pittsburgh.

 

 

Comments
AIGA encourages thoughtful, responsible discourse. Please add comments judiciously, and refrain from maligning any individual, institution or body of work. Read our policy on commenting.
LOADING...