Our annual presentation of rising stars. It’s sponsored by The Creative Group, a leading creative staffing firm.
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BFA Design candidate Claudine Eriksson is a multidisciplinary designer living in Brooklyn NY and pursuing a BFA in Design from SVA.
Douglas Thomas is a graphic designer and type historian who believes that research and strong conceptual thinking create the best design.
Lukas spends his time obsessing over lenticulars, lifestyle brands, lavender, rubber eggs, instamemes, bootcut denim, and the alphabet.
Barron is an artist/designer/whatever who graduates from RISD Graphic Design in 2016, after which he plans to live in a city and hopefully exchange labor for money.
Henrique Eira is a graphic designer from Brasilia, Brazil, and currently a candidate in the Graphic Design MFA program at CalArts.
Caroline Noebels is currently a senior at Philadelphia University, pursuing her B.S. in Graphic Design Communication.
Erin pursued architecture before realizing her true passion is graphic design, a program from which she will graduate with a BS in March 2016.
Inspired by his mother, an art teacher and head of a top art gallery, and his father, a decorated marine and nationally ranked swimmer, Riley learned that hard work was the key to his dreams.
Flavio Vincenti is a designer and student from Italy, descendant of renaissance artists and pizza makers.
Zainab Aliyu is a junior Communication Design student at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design.
Robyn is currently a senior studying Communication Design with a second major in Human Computer Interaction.
Sara Tinnick is a graphic design superhero who uses knowledge to thwart typographic tyranny and catch color-space criminals.
Lisa Ferkel hails from Los Angeles and is currently living in San Francisco, finishing her final semester in Graphic Design at California College of the Arts.
Megan Lotter is a senior Graphic Design student at California College of the Arts, where she is pursuing her second degree.