Open Arms of Minnesota

Open Arms Wins Two Graphic Design Awards

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Graphic Design USA has a national annual design competition for in-house designers. Spotlighting “designs of excellence” this contest received over 4,000 entries and only 15% won awards. Open Arms submitted to three design categories and won in two for the 2013 Moveable Feast invitation and for our Spring 2012 Scoop newsletter.

Congratulations to our own Creative Director, Kelly McManus, to ImageHAUS for our original brand DNA and to designer Zion Wu Anderson for her original 2009 concept design of Scoop. Congratulations to our in-house design and communications team for their award winning work!

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Spring 2012 Scoop Newsletter
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