In addition to receiving a $1,500 cash prize from Maybelline, Torberntsson’s design will be produced and initially sold as a limited edition in Asia.
Second-, third-, and fourth-place finalists Joshua Martinez, Baltimore, MD; Joseph Brown, Far Rockaway, NY; and Joanna Carrero, Brooklyn, NY, also received cash prizes for their designs, which are being considered for future limited collections.
More than 40 students competed to create a fresh new look for Maybelline’s Baby Lips line. Nine of the ten semi-finalists presented their offerings to a Maybelline judging panel on March 22. The six honorable mention semi-finalists—Jessica Kim, Edyta Lewicka, Amanda Marsico, Christian Melgar, Kaimin Sun, and Hwasun Yeon—each received $100 Maybelline gift bags. All remaining students who participated in the competition were given Maybelline products worth $25.
FIT’s BFA degree in Graphic Design includes courses in advanced typography, editorial design, environmental graphics, corporate identity programs, and media design. The program also includes a wide range of internship opportunities and competitions for students to engage in experiential learning.
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