Young graphic artists compete in digital competition

Young graphic artists from all over the city converged Friday in Downtown Brooklyn.

Each classroom at City Tech had students working on different graphic design projects, from conception on a computer to a complete product.

The projects ranged from self-portraits, to advertisements, to photography and public service announcements.

The filmmakers, who are not even out of high school yet, had a limited amount of time to convince producers that their film was best.

Students were given four hours to complete the project to give them a sense of what it's like to work in the real world on a deadline.

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