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Introducing the Judges of The 100 Show

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AIGA | saltlakecity
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March 12, 2014
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The Salt Lake City Chapter of AIGA, the professional association for graphics arts, is pleased to announce their annual call for entries for the AIGA 100 Show. The 100 Show, this regions most prestigious juried competition, honors and showcases this year’s best design, advertising and digital media. Of the 100 best pieces selected, only 10 entries will be awarded the Copper Ingot, one of the most sought-after communication awards in the intermountain west. Three student Copper Ingots will be given for exemplary work in the student category. 

Gather your best work and submit them to us before March 28th (There is also a late entry deadline of April 4th with a late fee per submission). This year’s 100 show is being held at the fabulous Utah Museum of Fine Arts, and its an event you do not want to miss! 

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The Judges

Judge selection is always a very extensive process. Each year our board researches qualified candidates who are well respected, experienced and can relate to our market to judge our competition. This years judge search was no exception, our judges encompass proficiencies in multiple areas of expertise to make the connections and understand how ideas and creativity can combine for powerful results.

BlakeAllen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blake Allen

Blake is the Creative Director at @ParamoreDigital in downtown Nashville. Husband to @OhHeyJulie. Father to new baby girl. Lovin’ the great outdoors and ping pong.

http://blakeallendesign.com/

 

JayFletcher

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jay Fletcher 

For the past decade Jay Fletcher has been working in Charleston as a graphic designer, illustrator, and art director. In 2004, as a means of burning off unused creativity, a budding freelance career took root as a late-night side gig. Kegs of coffee were brewed, momentum built, and now J Fletcher Design has a stable of clients ranging from Nickelodeon to his niece, work featured in international industry publications, and shelves of recognition from some of the design world’s most prominent voices. It’s all well & good, but he really wanted to be a ballerina.

http://www.jfletcherdesign.com/

 

SeanFarrell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sean Farrell

Sean is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator living in Brighton, MI, with his wife and dog. Passionate about design, he started learning the ins and outs of Photoshop and Illustrator – and the rest is history! He runs his freelance design company [brandclay] full time and specialize in logo design, branding, icon design, and illustration. He has had the privilege of working with hundreds of clients from around the world, ranging from small startups to Fortune 500 companies.

http://www.brandclay.com/

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