Graphic Design student Christopher McKnight was selected as a winner in the 2020 Flux Student Design Competition. Christopher’s poster design for the performance of Sonnets for an Old Century was joined by work from schools around the U.S. including the School of Visual Arts, Temple University’s Tyler School of Art, Virginia Tech, Penn State, and others,
Flux is a nationwide competition that recognizes outstanding design work produced by students in the categories of Identity, Packaging, Poster, Publication, Social Impact Design, UX/UI, and Video/Motion Graphics. This year, 165 projects were selected by a jury of creative professionals including Lisa Gorham, Brandi Sea Heft-Kniffin, Reggie Tidwell. 749 entries were submitted making the 2020 Flux Student Design Competition one of our largest and most competitive yet.
Established in 2007, Flux celebrates the best creative work produced each year by undergraduate and graduate students from across the country. Entries are selected by a jury of leading design professionals and showcased in a gallery exhibition as well as online.