Friday, April 5, 2013

Graphic Communication: CRP Students Display Work in Sibley

Earlier in the semester, students from Fall 2012's CRP5851: Graphic Communication class displayed their final projects in the hallways of West Sibley dome. The class, taught by lecturer Zachary Boggs, centers around developing a solid grounding in graphic communication theory and practice as well as employing industry standard software to develop professional-level project graphics. 

"There's an undertone of urban design in the class," said Boggs. "I document real-world sustainable developments and divide them out among the students. They should know what's happening in the industry." 

The posters below were designed from actual developments and feature highlights from a group of excellent design work. The class will be offered again this Fall 2013. "Its a great class—there's usually a lot of diverse student experience coming into the class," said Boggs. 

Sophie (Ke) Tong, Battery Park City West, NYC

Jay Siegel, Bo01, Malmo Sweden

Victoria Long, Jamison Square, Portland Oregon