RANDOLPH, NJ -- Fun and interesting artwork and graphics, thought-provoking poetry and essays, mesmerizing photography and book cover designs, and so much more are what you will find in the latest issue of The Promethean, the student-produced, award-winning literacy and arts publication at County College of Morris (CCM).
The 2020-21 edition of The Promethean can be viewed at https://indd.adobe.com/view/ed334c6b-7605-4cff-bfba-c37e253ce5c4/. Be sure to take your time, there is so much great material to take in and contemplate in this nationally recognized publication. Since 2005, The Promethean has received 40 national and international design awards, competing against the work of professional designers.
Most recently, the 2019-20 edition of The Promethean was recognized by Graphic Design USA in its 2020 competition with an American Graphic Design Award. That award marked the 15th time since 2005 that The Promethean has received a Graphic Design Award from Graphic Design USA in the publication category.
“I’m proud to say that the student team that put together the 2020-21 issue have produced another great edition,” said Professor Kathleen McNeil, who serves as the faculty advisor for The Promethean. “I so enjoy the process of working with them and then seeing and viewing our final product.”
Student designers for 2020-21 edition of the Promethean were Allan Iskra, of Montville; Anthony Velotti, of Roxbury; and Terrance Wilkins, Mine Hill.
For additional information on CCM’s Art and Design programs, visit http://bit.ly/CCMdesign/.