June’s Design Contest Winner is Announced!

Joanne Cipressi
Jul 2, 2018

When most people think of art, they imagine Picasso, Rockwell, Michelangelo, Rodin, Antioch or other painters, sculptors or animators of film. While I appreciate this kind of art, there are other kinds of art all around us that most of use never truly appreciate. 

Every single logo, sign, vehicle graphic, window graphics, or other types of business promotional art are all designed by artists. Business promotional designers work all year long using their creative skills to design beautiful pieces of art that most of use simple see as promotional pieces for a business. If you were to look closely at these designs, you would see that there is often much creativity, thought and effort that went into each one. We at shopVOX, think that this type of art, should be getting more attention. So, we run #VOXcontest every month for our shopVOX and signVOX users. 

We are excited to announce the winner of June’s Design Contest. A sign, screen printing and embroidery company from Hanover, PA won this month’s #VOXcontest.  DGI Creative designed and installed a beautiful and eye catching logo and gorgeous brushed aluminum channels letters for AugaPhoenix. With the halo light, the logo can be seen even in the night hours. Make sure you check out their design on our Facebook page and congratulate DGI Creative while you are there. 

To learn more about #VOXcontest, visit our contest page

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Joanne Cipressi
2 / 7 / 2018
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