Congratulations to Thuy Pham, who submitted the winning design for this year's TPR Artist T-Shirt.
Pham says she went for a "clean and simple" design in creating her transistor radio-styled shirt, which incorporates the tagline "Radio that goes in one ear and stays there." The selection committee admired the bold design, which will be printed on several hundred T-shirts for members of Texas Public Radio during the spring pledge drive.
Originally from Mobile, Alabama, Thuy Pham is a communication design graduate of Texas State University in San Marcos. For the last several years, she has worked at advertising agencies in Austin and San Antonio. Currently, she is an art director and graphic designer at the award-winning agency The Atkins Group. She has worked on campaigns for Valero Alamo Bowl, The Witte Museum, Goodwill, and BioMed SA. In her spare time she also does freelance design work. You can view her online portfolio here.
In addition to Pham's winning entry, the selection committee at TPR also liked Jaime Hernandez's retro-styled design, which will be printed on our spring TPR tote bags. See more of Hernandez's work at this link.
Texas Public Radio thanks all of the talented artists who submitted designs for the Artist-Designed T-Shirt Contest. The initiative generated over 30 submissions from all ages.