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Art Contest Winners Announced
More than 40 artists
participated in our 50th Anniversary art contest to honor PSR’s
history and capture the spirit of PSR in a visual display. The winning
entries are presented below. We congratulate the winners and thank all of
the artists who submitted entries. Winning artwork is available on
merchandise through Printfection.
Artist: Don Ellis A. Aguillo
San Francisco, California
Don Aquillo describes himself as “an avid fan of pop culture
and film, a seasoned martial arts instructor and a proud and vigilant advocate
of both the visual and performing arts.” A pre-med student and
natural advocate for the sciences and social responsibility, he eventually made
the switch to pursue a passion in graphic design and illustration.
Artist: Lela Kometiani
Lela Kometiani is a graphic designer and
illustrator. She received her BFA in Painting from the Nickoladze
School of Arts, and her MA in Graphic Design from the Academy of Fine Arts in
Georgia. She has received awards in graphic design and book illustration,
including a Writer’s Digest Award. She teaches art at Virginia Commonwealth
University in Richmond.
Artist: M. Akyea
Modei Akeya says that he is “easily inspired by passionate
effort for justice” and hopes design work can “help motivate and spark in us
all our collective will to elevate the proverbial good.” His design for
PSR’s 50th Anniversary features images that evoke peace and a better