The graphic design area offers a distinctive program in the art and practice of print and digitally based graphic design and experimental publishing.
The Graphic Design area offers a distinctive program that approaches graphic design as a vital field of professional art practice that gives shape to culture through a wide range of print and digital media. Students learn to solve visual communication problems through critical thinking and the use of words, symbols and images in two-, three-, and four-dimensional manifestations. The program encourages students to see the field of graphic design as an open frame whose applications can be commercial, political, educational, literary, subversive, personal, and experimental.
- <h3 class="gallery-title">Photos</h3><a href="/live/galleries/198-gallery-of-student-work-and-design-events"><img src="/live/image/gid/52/width/350/height/250/crop/1/6943_page7.rev.1517505410.jpg" alt="Gallery Photo Thumbnail" class="lw_image" width="350" height="250" srcset="/live/image/scale/2x/gid/52/width/350/height/250/crop/1/6943_page7.rev.1517505410.jpg 2x, /live/image/scale/3x/gid/52/width/350/height/250/crop/1/6943_page7.rev.1517505410.jpg 3x" data-max-w="3200" data-max-h="1713"/></a><h4><a href="/live/galleries/198-gallery-of-student-work-and-design-events">Gallery of Student Work and Design Events</a></h4><div>Graphic Design Student Work and Design Events 2018</div>
Graphic designers enhance vacant storefronts in White Plains.
She’s preparing to cycle over 4,000 miles across the US to raise awareness for affordable housing.
A painter of abstraction, she’s recognized for potential as a professional artist.
She earned the award in the fine arts category.
Designer/art director well known for her unique style.
Three vacant storefronts on Mamaroneck Avenue have been transformed with visual interpretations of poetry by students.
For more images of student work, refer to http://www.purchase.design/