A graphic design student from Doncaster has created a logo for an international project aimed at disadvantaged young people.
Martin Collins, who studies level three creative graphics and media at Doncaster College, won a competition to design a logo for the Lion project, which aims to develop resources to help facilitators, trainers, public sector employees and counsellors to respond to the needs of young people not in employment, education or training.
Martin, 22, said: “I enjoyed the challenge and thoroughly enjoyed the experience of working on a project of this size and scale.”
The Lion project is led by the college, working with partners from Sweden, Germany, Hungary, France, Italy, and the Netherlands.
Aliya Sorgen, the college’s international projects and partnerships lead, said: “Working with Martin was a joy. He was incredibly professional throughout the many minor changes that were requested . . . and produced a high quality logo in record time.”
Featured image caption: Martin Collins with his winning logo design for the Lion project