ArtCenter cleans up at The One Club’s Young Ones competition

Advertising students Maggie Michella & Ada Zhang celebrate their pencil win

Advertising students Maggie Michella & Ada Zhang celebrate their pencil win

The Young Ones Competition, which was started in 1986, is considered one of the most acclaimed advertising, interactive and design student competitions. Every year, students from art and design schools worldwide apply to be considered for one of the coveted awards. For the 2018 awards, ArtCenter students scored 36 winning entries, propelling the College into third place among all institutions with student entries.

Altogether, ArtCenter students won three pencils, seven cubes, one portfolio and 25 merit awards. Loki Jiang and JongWoo Han received a silver pencil for their “Superhero Damage Report” entry. Amalia Ambartsumyan, Jesse Portillo and Ksenia Mikhaylova were awarded a bronze pencil for “The O Campaign” and Maggie Michella and Ada Zhang received a bronze for “Optimism in a Box.”

Tais Bishop was awarded a silver cube for “Brutal: Reviews from Brazil’s Concrete Corridor” and Yuma Naito received silver for “AFROPUNK Festival.”

Lovisa Boucher for “Wise by Patagonia”, Alpha Lung for “Sci-Fest Los Angeles”, Karlo Francisco for “Julliard Brand Identity”, Stephanie Rhee for “Post It or Live It” and Leo Estevez for “Creative Storm—SGD Newsletter,” received bronze cubes. Duy Dao was recognized with a Young Ones Portfolio award.

You can see the complete list, and view each entry, here.

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