Tunnock's poster win for Glasgow Met student

Design student Hayley Robertson has won the 2009 annual poster competition organised by the Levy McCallum ad agency and Glasgow Metropolitan College's design faculty.

All final year design students at Glasgow Met were invited to create a poster for iconic Scottish chocolate biscuit brand, Tunnock’s Caramel Wafers.

Robertson took as her theme the fact that Tunnock’s have never reduced the size of the Caramel Wafer in over 50 years.

Boyd Tunnock, managing director of the company founded by his grandfather 119 years ago, (pictured with Robertson) said that the poster effectively promoted a product which gives employment to over 600 people in Scotland.

The student won a cash prize and two weeks working within the Levy McCallum studio.

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