Print magazine, a national award winning publication, has recently published work by College of Art + Design students and Courtney Barr, an assistant professor of graphic design at the LSU School of Art.
The images, published in Print’s Regional Design Annual 2012, includes the College of Art + Design lecture series poster, designed by LSU Graphic Design Student Office’s student designers Natalie Del Pino, Eric Oliver, Dayna Zrinksi, and Jeremy Grassman. Barr was the faculty adviser.
“This is a professional competition, so the fact that the students won an award at the professional level is a real achievement,” said Barr.
The magazine also published Intersections of Influence, a digital and letterpress print designed by Barr. Additionally, this piece was the second-place winner in last summer’s Baton Rouge Art Melt 2012.
Founded in 1940, Print is a bimonthly magazine about visual culture and design and a five-time winner of the American Society of Magazine Editors’ National Magazine Award. Print has been cited numerous times by the Society of Publication Designers, AIGA, the Art Directors Club, and the Type Directors Club. For more information, visit printmag.com.