ITP Completes Catalog and Viewbook Projects and Presents Scholarship Award to Tyler School of Art at Temple University
ITP recently partnered with Tyler School of Art at Temple University in Philadelphia on three of Tyler’s premier print publications for the upcoming recruiting season. The 128-page, perfect bound MFA Exhibition Catalog and Tyler’s Undergraduate and Graduate Viewbooks incorporated various die-cutting and spot varnish techniques to accent specific aspects of students’ artwork and showcase the School’s mission, offerings and benefits to prospective students.
Karen Watkins, who served as the Tyler School’s lead designer on the projects, commended the finished products and said of ITP’s attention to detail “Each of these jobs had its own complexity — fluorescent ink, short folds, vibrant color and precision die cutting — all were critical components that ITP gave time and attention to, which helped achieve what we envisioned in the finished pieces.”
Tyler’s Dean and Vice Provost for the Arts, and Robert T. Stroker, PhD and Vice Dean/Director of Graduate Programs Hester Stinnett, were “wowed” by the color and called the finished piece a “fabulous representation of our programs at Tyler School of Art.”
As part of ITP’s partnership with Tyler School of Art, the ITP Scholarship for Graphic and Interactive Design Graduate was recently established and ITP presented the School with a check that will be awarded to a graduate MFA student later this month as a tuition supplement.
“We are honored to have the Tyler School of Art at Temple University as part of our ITP family and to be able to directly contribute to the success of one of their students,” said Bryan Toms, the ITP sales consultant who works with Tyler and served as ITP’s liaison in establishing the Scholarship Award.
For more information on the Tyler School freshman receiving the award, contact Bryan Toms (email@example.com) at 866-487-8506 x 398 or visit the ITP website in September.