The official start for Design Camp, once it has done the initial orientation, really happens once the students separate into their groups to customize their camp t-shirts.

This year I was particularly proud of the t-shirt design for the Camp since it was last fall’s Practicum GD 400 class that I TAed with Santiago Piedrafita who designed the content for it, while it was Stewart Bean and Nick Schlax from the sophomore Imaging Class I taught this past Spring who actually produced the final piece. I was very involved in the whole process, which produced a great feeling once I got to see the actual shirts.

The shirts are customized with spray-paint, cardboard templates and sharpies.

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