Students win logo design competition

4th December 2019

Three Graphic Design students have won a design competition to develop a logo concept for the new THREESIXTY development in Barking!

Architecture Collective Assemble, Create London and Barking Enterprise Centre secured the THREESIXTY development in Barking Town Centre as a workspace for local creatives. Students were given the opportunity to design a logo concept for the new space.

The first prize was £1250 along with eight days work experience at the Barking Enterprise Centre and there were two runners up prizes of £250.

The final winners were all students from Barking & Dagenham College.

Nathan Weaving-Thomasson gained first place in the competition. He is currently studying a Level 2 BTEC in Art & Design (Graphic Design). The judges were really impressed with his design and his brief about his ambitions.

Runners-up were Genna Holliss, studying a BTEC Extended Diploma in Graphic Design and Maria-Magdalena Duca studying a Level 2 BTEC in Art & Design (Graphic Design).

Congratulations to the winners!

Nathan Weaving Thomasson, 1st place design concept
Nathan Weaving Thomasson, 1st place design concept
Genna Holliss, runner-up
Genna Holliss, runner-up
Maria-Magdalena Duca, runner-up
Maria-Magdalena Duca, runner-up

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