Our Zombie Internship Contest received many remarkable entries. Our genuine thanks and admiration to everyone who submitted. There was a lot of funny, imaginative stuff. We know you worked hard.
But in our red, lifeless eyes, four really stood out.
Tough decision. So we would like to ask your help in choosing the best submission.
This is not a design competition. The graphic designers would have the edge if it was. It’s about passion, imagination, gallows humour. It’s about taking a theme and running with it, letting your personality shine through along the way. Attitude is more important here than style.
That said, they all have plenty of both.
Click on the pics to check out their entries, then vote at the end of this post for your favourite.
THE FOUR FINALISTS
Bryan Dwyer, a 2nd year marketing student at Camosun College in Victoria, was first out of the gate. He created a unique profile on Twitter (@zombie_intern) and hit us up with a card during the week to drive us to a website. He tweeted zombie-only content throughout the contest.
Danny Prew, a 2nd year graphic design student at the Pacific Design Academy in Victoria, created a website and filmed a video, a parody of our own, which he posted on YouTube. He also zombified his Twitter profile (@dannyprew) and tweeted much zombie content.
Cale Frombach, a 4th year BBA marketing and communications student at Camosun College, (@calefrombach) created a blog post directing us to a zombie hunter website, which was a clever and comprehensive reskinning of the Copeland website. He even zombified Oliver, the office pug.
Brad Tribbeck (@bradtribbeck), a 4th year marketing student at Vancouver Island University in Nanaimo, got his entry in just under the wire. He made a presentation in mock power point style to state his putrifying marketing credentials. He directed us there via a blog post.
The poll is now closed