Chicago’s City Sticker Goes To The Dogs…And That’s A Good Thing!
Chicago, my home town, has launched a city-wide art contest among high school students to design the 2009-2010 City Vehicle Sticker under the theme “Dog Friendly Chicago.” The elected sticker will be displayed in nearly 1.3 million automobiles!
Although there were fabulous entries, ten of them were chosen as finalists. Who will win is up to you. You can vote for your favorite at the City Clerk’s Official Contest Website!
Here’s a recap:
Brittany Byrne, Resurrection H.S., Grade 12 and Justin Clemons, Gage Park H.S., Grade 11
Kyle Hollings, Lane Tech College Prep H.S., Grade 12 and Denise Ferguson, Corliss H.S., Grade 12
Bernell Campbell, Corliss H.S., Grade 11 and David Zamudio, Lawrence Hall Youth Services, Grade 12
Lookman Muhammed, Lawrence Hall Youth Services, Grade 10 and Olyvia Flores, Lawrence Hall Youth Services, Grade 11
Ricardo Silva, John Hancock H.S., Grade 12 and Sewit Geberemanam, St. Scholastica Academy, Grade 11
So go ahead and vote!
Fluffy as always,
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