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2020 International Visual Competition Honorable Mentions

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2020 International Visual Competition Honorable Mentions
“Alpine Clubbing”
Stanley Korshak, Dallas
Photography: Corey Knight, Dallas

2020 International Visual Competition Honorable Mentions
“Diedrich Jewelers Spring Window 2019”
Retailworks Inc., Milwaukee
Photography: Sue Boyle

2020 International Visual Competition Honorable Mentions
“Sam Edelman”
Christian Lahoude Studio, New York
Photography: Edward Caruso, New York

2020 International Visual Competition Honorable Mentions
“Bathe in Color”
AF New York, New York
Photography: Courtesy of AF New York

2020 International Visual Competition Honorable Mentions
“Logic Display”
Four Dimensions Retail Design India Pvt. Ltd., Bengaluru, India
Photography: Santosh Photography, Bengaluru, India

2020 International Visual Competition Honorable Mentions
“Spring/Summer Window Display: Rebirth”
TSUM Kyiv, Kiev, Ukraine
Photography: TSUM Kyiv, Kiev, Ukraine

2020 International Visual Competition Honorable Mentions
“Louis Philippe: Aditya Birla Fashion & Retail Ltd.”
Aditya Birla Fashion & Retail Ltd., New Delhi
Photography: Courtesy of Louis Philippe: Aditya Birla Fashion & Retail Ltd.

THANK YOU TO OUR 2020 JUDGES: 

Joe Baer
CEO/Owner
ZenGenius Inc., Columbus, Ohio

Brent Hodge
Director, Merchandising and Creative
Bromwell’s, Cincinnati

Haley Kunka
Senior Designer
ChangeUp, Dayton, Ohio

Michael Brindley
VP, Creative
Big Red Rooster – A JLL Company, Columbus, Ohio

Carly Hagedon is the Managing Editor of VMSD magazine. She is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, where she studied Journalism—Magazine Writing and American history. She also currently serves as a board member for the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ).

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