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Came across some great work coming out of the DIM224 Digital Illustration course taught by Tim Arroyo from over the past few weeks and had to share!

DIM224 Digital Illustration is a lecture/studio course at the Harrington College of Design that concentrates on the use of the computer as an illustration and page layout tool. The in-depth work with illustration, page layout, and ancillary software programs prepares our students for work in traditional print-based media and electronic media. The goal of this course is to create illustrations and layouts to accompany photographs in a final page design.

The promotional materials below are a great example of how integrated the skill sets of our students are: students had to photograph, brand and build their work into the beautifully crafted examples you see below.

Greeting cards: students were required to make (not purchase) 5 envelopes, 5 [5×7] greeting cards using their own photos with logos and contact information printed on the back of the cards, and belly bands imprinted or embossed with their logos, which were also designed in class:

5-page mini-portfolio with Booklet: students were tasked to create a hand-made leave behind with accompanying booklet, and a hand-made portfolio:


Even though this was a class project, there are so many great real-world scenarios that these types of materials would come in handy. Definitely a project worth keeping!

Find out more about the instructor, Tim Arroyo, by clicking here or visiting his site at http://timarroyo.com/.

Featured work is by Harrington students Jade Tungjairob, Eric Pierrot, and Perkin Yu.

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