Articles tagged with "graphic arts"
Graphic arts student creates winning design for 2020 Mardi Gras! Galveston
In a sea of purple, green and gold, it can be hard to stand out from the crowd. But College of the Mainland graphic arts student, Jennifer Crawford, did just that after earning top honors in the 2020 Mardi Gras! Galveston Poster Contest.
Design degree opens doors to world
From designing products for an Alaskan retail company to creating a brand for a new store and restaurant in the Bahamas, Erica Tate has used her degree in myriad ways.
Texas City honors COM students
Mayor Matt Doyle recognized three College of the Mainland graphic arts students for their work on projects for the city Aug. 3.
Graphic design degree unlocks many doors
We see it, read it, wear it. Graphic designers’ work is ubiquitous from billboards to T-shirts. Students in College of the Mainland’s graphic arts program have discovered that having high-tech skills creates opportunities in many industries, from the corporate world to the medical field.
COM student doubles Mardi Gras poster win
For the second year in a row, College of the Mainland student Chandler Milillo’s dramatic design has won the Galveston Mardi Gras poster contest.
Interactive Civil War battle created by COM students
Visitors to the Fort Donelson National Battlefield will soon have an interactive video experience, thanks to the work of Logical Innovations Inc. and two College of the Mainland interns.
COM student's design named official Mardi Gras poster
College of the Mainland student Chandler Mitchell’s winning Mardi Gras poster blends fantasy and reality.
Graphic arts students create winning designs
Creating a dazzlingly intricate Mardi Gras poster is a far cry from designing astronaut badges for NASA, but for Sandra Wilkes, of League City, her innovation paid off.
La Marque adopts city poster created by COM student
Acknowledging its history as the “Buttermilk Station,” La Marque adopted the official City of La Marque Historical Poster created by College of the Mainland graphic arts student Tina Gomez.