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VIA Brings Home the Bronze from the LGDA

By:

Kim Clark

on 12/12/2011

Once again, VIA has garnered the approval of their peers. Friday 12/09/11 the Louisville Graphic Design Association held its annual 100’s Show, awarding VIA with 3 Bronze awards in the Graphic Design, Interactive Media and Print Design categories.

The 100 show is an annual, juried competition that awards the top 100 pieces (or less) of design in the city and region. Winners are selected in five categories including Graphic Design, Illustration, Photography, Interactive Media and Motion Design, all of which include both professional and student work.

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The 2011 panel of esteemed judges include David Kampa of McGarrah Jesse in Austin, TX, Michael Cina of Cina Associates in Minneapolis, MN and Justin Fines of Brand New School in New York, NY.

The lucky winners:

To our wonderful team: Good job! To our wonderful clients: congratulations!

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