Year 3 Graphic Design Students Win Brand Campaign

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Year 3 Graphic Design Students Win Brand Campaign

Auckland eateries The Street Food Collective and Miss Moonshine’s have selected designs by Year 3 Graphic Design students James Gestro, Harrison Sarsfield and Aksara Singh for their latest project. The live brief was part of a third-year course focused on working with actual clients. Whitecliffe Lecturer Mira Cossar comments “this is a great way for our students to experience working with a real client, to help them develop client-designer relationships and to learn more about industry demands. The students were briefed about the campaign, developed their ideas and prepared their proposals for presentation throughout the last term.” The winning designs will be used to create the identity for 3 new food stalls, opening later this year.

Here is a photo of the students at the project celebration on 29 October with Ryan and Annelise Clarke, owners of Ponsonby's Street Food Collective and Miss Moonshine’s, and Ryan - sous chef at Miss Moonshine’s.

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