RadTech International North America and The Technical Association for the Graphic Arts (TAGA) are partnering again on the UV+EB Technology Student Poster Design Competition, which offers students cash prizes for creative poster designs. Interested graphic arts and design students do not need experience in UV/EB technology.
Olivia Blandford, from High Point University, High Point, North Carolina, won first place in the 2018 poster contest, and her work (pictured here) was featured on the 2018 Issue 3 cover of UV+EB Technology magazine.
In sharing her inspiration for the poster, Blandford wrote: “Last summer while working for Miltec UV, I photographed UV bulbs attached to cold mirror reflectors. The purple color of the reflectors created such a beautiful array of colors, so when I decided to submit a poster for this contest, I wanted to recreate that same form of colorful light. I thought the blue and purple tones were a smart representation of the UV/EB industry, so I pulled specific colors from the original photograph and formed them into a simple, yet striking, line that catches the viewer’s eye and brings them downward as they read the entire poster.”
Entries must be submitted to RadTech by Dec. 31, 2019. RadTech will display and celebrate winning entries at the 2020 RadTech Conference from March 9-11, 2020, at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Florida.
To learn more or sign up, visit https://www.taga.org/radtech/.