Rosanne Percivalle Receives Joseph V. Canzani Alumni Award for Excellence

May 15th, 2010 by CCAD News
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Rosanne Percivalle (Illustration, ’80) was named the 2010 recipient of the Joseph V. Canzani Alumni Award for Excellence during homecoming ceremonies May 14th.

Percivalle is founder and principal of 2D3D Design, Inc., a New York City-based custom design studio specializing in the design and creation of artwork, furnishings and sculpture for interior and exterior applications.

Her nationally- and internationally-based clients include The Smithsonian Institution, Planet Hollywood, The Louisville Slugger Museum, Dylan’s Candy Bar, The Brasserie, Disney Store, Whole Foods, Zeytinia Marketplace and her projects have been featured on HGTV Features, in The New York Times home and styles section, New York Newsday, Metropolis Magazine, Daily News, New York Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, Oprah Magazine, House and Garden, Print Magazine and at the Society of Illustrators.

Other awards and recognition include: Society of Illustrators’ Gold Seal in three annual scholarship competitions, featured illustrator in Print Magazine, a desi award for excellence in graphic design, award of excellence by Photographer’s Forum Magazine photography contest, and the Excellence In The World Of Design Industrial Design Excellence Award, among many others. Percivalle’s artistic excellence is visible in permanent venues that people encounter everyday. She has been able to bring impressive visions to the mass consumer market and effective solutions to national and international commercial enterprises.

For more information go to 2D3D Design’s website.

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One Response to “Rosanne Percivalle Receives Joseph V. Canzani Alumni Award for Excellence”

  1. Natisha Rainbott says:

    Considering how much graphic design has transformed in recent years, I’d say the possibilities have become quite endless.