Ontario Library Association winner! (again)


Varinder Paul, a student in the Illustration diploma, under the guidance of Professor Barney Wornoff, has produced another winning entry for the Ontario Library Association for their annual conference.  The winning entry is used on all visual material and merchandise associated with the conference and receives a prize of $3000!  This is the 4th year in a row a student from Illustration has won this award!  

The Ontario Library Association stated Varinder’s “entry fit with the look and feel of what OLA imagined “Think It, Do It” to be. The mind-map fits perfectly with the theme of productivity. We liked the use of bright, bold colours, and we could imagine the use for the repeated elements in other materials and images.”
They also said to Barney, “You should be very proud of your class! They produced some great work!



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Program Coordinator of the Independent Illustration Diploma at Seneca College, Toronto, ON, Canada
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