Centennial alumnus selected for Communication Arts magazine

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ROSWELL, Ga. — Centennial High School recently announced that the graphic design work of 2012 alumnus Laura Douglas will be showcased in the March/April 2018 issue of Communication Arts magazine. The magazine is the leading trade journal for visual communications and the largest creative magazine in the world. Douglas is currently a senior at the University of Georgia.

The spring issue of Communication Arts will profile select undergraduate graphic designers chosen from online student portfolio profiles from across North America. Of Douglas’s four projects chosen for inclusion, two were personal projects and two were class projects: a rebranding of NASA for the 2050 Mars initiation/launch and a poster series aimed at raising awareness about factory farming.

About the NASA rebrand project, Douglas noted, “NASA’s mission now focuses on creating habitable working environments on Mars, along with further developing space agriculture and research. With the rebranded values focused on passion, authenticity, and reliability, I aimed to create a voice and visual approach for NASA that would appear friendly, trustworthy and approachable.”

To see Douglas’s works, visit lauracdouglas.com


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