Promethean, the award-winning County College of Morris (CCM) literary magazine has yet another honor to add to its long list. The 2011-2012 issue was recently presented with an American Inhouse Design Award in the Publications category, marking another year Promethean has been chosen for a distinction by Graphic Design USA.
The 2010-2011 issue of Promethean also won an American Inhouse Design Award. That same issue was also presented an American Graphic Design Award in the Publications category, an honor the publication had won in each of the previous five years.
Promethean has now won more than 20 awards since 2005. Included in that list are three International Creativity Awards in the Editorial Design, Single category and two in the Magazine Design, Interior category.
The 2011-2012 student staff was made up of graphic design students Angel Quiroz, Angela Bunnicant, Matthew James, Evan Kaminsky, James Grill and Christopher Pritchard.
“Once again, our student designers and contributors are part of a very select group of people chosen for recognition by design professionals,” said Kathy McNeil, Promethean faculty advisor. “I wish to thank all members of the CCM community who have been a part of this project’s success.”
Graphic Design USA is a monthly trade publication for graphic designers that has sponsored national design competitions for 50 years. The Inhouse Graphic Design Awards include a wide variety of design categories. There were more than 4,000 entries in this year's contest, with only 15 percent selected for inclusion.