Friday, October 27, 2017

Greg Callaham GraphicDesign Win 4 International Awards


Greg Callaham GraphicDesign Win 4 International Awards



The international graphic designer Greg Callaham won four American graphic design award, the national trade publication, graphic design USA, Audi Chattanooga graphic work and Riverbend ranch steakhouse. Callaham worked in many different capacities throughout his educational journey. 


He started as Math Teacher and high school mentor then a Director of an Ed-Tech Game Design team later as a School Leadership Resident at High Tech Middle School finally as an Assistant Principal with Alpha. 

He is also the owner of Greg Callaham Graphic Design, a Chattanooga design studio delivering outstanding creative for outdoor advertising, the medical and rehabilitation device industry, catalogs and product brochures, logo design and corporate identity packages, and a wide range of other advertising and marketing materials. 

Greg said that “he is really grateful to the AGDA for the chance to shine a national spotlight on clients such as those who see the value in memorable advertising and marketing messages. That extra effort is worth it and this something they can be very proud of."


First Audi's A4 design is a dark red background with ghosted gear, this makes a high contrast that catches the viewer's eye’s to the car, it’s selling the message and it’s high German quality.

                      
                      








The Second award, Mr. Callaham worked as a local professional photographer how to take the right light and angles.


                      








Third the J&S advertising, Callaham had much fun and joy while designing this ad, but he had to design it quickly. 
                    
                   











Finally the Riverbend logo, they wanted to update the old logo into fresh and exciting one, so viewers will notice a change in the company when Callaham finished the logo they couldn’t wait to use it.

                
                   



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