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Congratulations, Teen Summer Reading Graphic Design Contest Winners!


Thank you to all the teens who participated in the 2014 Graphic Design Contest, Spark a Reaction!, which is the 2014  theme for the Teen Summer Reading Program. The winners now have full bragging rights for the summer by having their artwork featured on various Pratt Library Summer Reading Program materials. The First Place Winner’s artwork will be featured on the Reading Log. The Second Place Winner’s art  will be showcased on the Summer Reading Book List, and the Third Place Winner’s art will be used on other promotional materials throughout the summer.

The winners are:

Check out the artists and their work below, or see larger sizes in the photo album on Flickr.


 

1st Place Winner:
Claudia Henry from the Govans Branch and her artwork

 1st place winner, 2014 - Claudia and artwork

  



2nd Place Winner:
Evan Lann from the Edmondson Ave Branch and his artwork
 

2nd Place Winner, Teens Summer Reading 2014 Graphic Design Contest

 


 

3rd Place Winner:
Janae Morris from the Reisterstown Road Branch and her artwork
 

3rd Place Winner, Teens Summer Reading 2014 Graphic Design Contest

 



Please keep an eye out for their artwork this summer. Teens, you can enter the next contest in January, 2015, and your artwork could be chosen for Summer Reading 2015.


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