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Graphic Design At Binghamton University

The Graphic Design program at Binghamton University has taken on many exceptional and talented students over the recent years. This web showcase features the curriculum and the outstanding work of these students.

In addition, the dedicated faculty and the courses they teach are an integral part of the success of the students. Within this showcase you will find the roots of success.

Join us in our exploration of design.

      • Featured Projects
      • ARTS410 + Service Learning

        BU Graphic Design in collaboration with the Center for Civic Engagement embarked upon a Service Learning project for the Spring 2011 semester. View some examples of their work here: ARTS410 + Service Learning Project

      • Tri-Cities Opera Poster Winners

        Our own Melissa Yu won first place and our Christina LaParr won third place in the Tri-Cities Opera poster contest. TCO solicited students throughout New York and Pennsylvania to enter a series of three poster ideas for their 2011-2012 season operas. Congratulations – great job!

      • Logo Contest Winner

        Christina LaParr won the contest for a new Tug Hills Adirondacks logo which will be featured on signs, brochures and collateral for the Lewis County, NY Convention and Visitors Bureau.

      • Oakdale Mall Advertising Campaign

        Michael Linkens created an Advertising Campaign for the Oakdale Mall geared toward students that ran in the Pipe Dream. Our GD program received a donation from the Oakdale Mall due to the success of the campaign!

      • Altec Lansing National Advertising Grand Prize Winner

        Our Florence Lau was the Grand Prize Winner for a National Advertising Contest open to all US college graphic design students.

      • Fashion For Hope Tshirt Winner

        Congratulations Emily O'Hearn! Her tshirt design was the winning entry for the BU Fashion For Hope contest advocating against domestic violence.

      • Latest News
      • UPDATE – More GDBU Students Land Exciting (and Profitable!) Jobs in the Real World!

        Yes, it is possible to find a job doing what you love and actually get paid for it. I don’t know where to start with the good news we’ve received…. So, recent graduate Deep Shah (and one of the founding … Continue reading

      • Extraordinary Bay Area Artists Exhibit – Eliane Lima!

        Our own Eliane Lima, 2010 graduate is featured in SF Weekly as one of the 10 up and coming bay area artists. A multi-talented artist in Film, Graphic Design and Photography, Eliane worked with Professor Costa Sakellariou on an independent … Continue reading

      • Discover Card Design Winner

        More acclaim for our students! Heidi Bennett (Weiss) won an honorable mention out of thousands of entries nationwide for the Discover Card Operation Home Front Design Contest. Congratulations Heidi, nice Photoshop work!