NEW YORK—Work by more than 300 of the Pratt Institute’s most talented students is on display at The Manhattan Center. Pratt Show 2011 features communication design undergraduates; digital arts, jewelry design and interior design students; graphic designers from the associate’s degree program; and graduate industrial design students.
The show includes illustrations, photography, package designs, branding programs, architectural models, advertising and posters, multimedia, and industrial products and home accessories. All are professionally executed and show incredible vision and creativity.
The purpose of the exhibit is to showcase the student’s talent to their various fields. Photography is prohibited, but take a look at some of the student’s business cards. These alone will impress potential employers.
The show is free and open to the public. The work will be on exhibit throughout the week: May 10, 9am to 5 pm; May 11 and 12, 9 am to 9 pm; and May 13, 9 am to 1 pm.
All photos by Arts Observer
Illustrator Erin Maala
Michael Kennedy (m dot kennedy dot ds at gmail dot com), design solutions
Designer and writer Jamie Song (jamie dot c dot song at gmail dot com)
Sara Bordeleau, communication design: graphic design
Anna Fuentes, communication design: graphic design and advertising/art direction
Daniel C. Wiggins, communication design
Mariah Hale, design and illustration.
Eric Goud, art direction
Bethany Maxfield, illustration
Illustrator Jessica Croce, communication design
Ying Lish, illustration and graphic design
Kat Bauer, illustrations and digital paintings
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