The motion graphics “Stay creative” has been selected to be included in the International Motion Art Awards 9 (IMAA9) collection, representing the best photography, illustration and design projects.
This year’s distinguished jury include: Chris Rukan, Art Director, The Washington Post, Vida Cornelious, Executive Creative Director, T Brand Studio/The New York Times; Lynne Carty, Art Director, Wall Street Journal, Neeta Patel, Designer, The New Yorker, Natalia Jimenez, Photo Editor, The Washington Post, Arem Duplessis, Jury Chair, Group Creative Director, Apple Inc., Stella Blackmon, Photo Editor, New York Magazine;   Faith Stafford, Art Director, Entertainment Weekly, Gail Anderson, Chair, BFA Design and BFA Advertising SVA, Jury Chair; Antonio Alcala, Art Director, Studio A;  Bashan Aquart, Executive Creative Director, AKA/NYC;  Debora Cheyenne Cruchon, Art Director, BUCK;  Bobby C. Martin, co-Founder, Champions Design;Jackie Seow, VP, Executive Director of Art, Trade Division, Simon & Schuster, Brian Bantog, Design Director, Nike; Jane E. Clark, Photography Director, AARP Media; Leslie dela Vega, Director of Visuals, OZY;  Gianmaria Schonlieb, Creative Director, Lyft;  Philip Brian Tabaus, Photo Editor, Bloomberg Business;  Ronda Thompson, Creative Director, Bed Bath and Beyond.
This project will also appear permanently in The ARCHIVE the American Illustration searchable, juried collection at in November.
The annual AI-AP book launch event for November 11, 2021 in New York City where this winning motion project will be presented salon style throughout the evening.

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