Student Intern’s T-shirt Design Benefits Charities

September 23rd, 2010 by CCAD News
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As an intern with Fulcrum Creatives, Sami Nummi, a senior majoring in Ad & Graphic Design, produced a t-shirt in support of a Columbus bike tour and local charities.

Created as a fun way to get fit and check out a few neighborhoods in and around Columbus, the 2010 Bike the Cbus covered approximately 30 miles in early September. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the event’s t-shirt benefited local charities.

Nummi interns with alumnus Jason Moore (CCAD ’96), principal + creative of the firm. Her work on behalf of Bike the Cbus fits Fulcrum Creative’s double bottom line / convergence philosophy to benefit clients and the community. To learn more go to the firm’s website.

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3 Responses to “Student Intern’s T-shirt Design Benefits Charities”

  1. We are proud of our intern! CCAD has really impressed us lately with such smart talent!

  2. Savannah Design says:

    Very cool, nice to see a good design for a equally good cause.

  3. Art Schriever says:

    Way to go Jason! Nice looking shirt for a noble cause. I picked up one for me and my wife.