Monday, October 25, 2010

Students Design Posters for PSUSD Schools

DATA Di students recently created two new poster designs for Palm Springs USD schools.

The new crest (above) for Cathedral City High School was collaboratively designed by senior Jocael Suarez, 2010 graduate Enrique Silva, and Ms. Haas's advanced art class with Jayke Stump completing the poster layout. The crest concept was implemented by CCHS principal Guillermo Chavez as a new tradition for the school (he's even sporting it as his new Twitter profile!).

The new Matador poster (left) was created by Victor Gonzalez in collaboration with Ms. Valenzuela and Raymond Cree Middle School in Palm Springs. Victor was faced with the challenge of cleaning up the school's low resolution images and preparing them for high res printing.

Both designs were created using Photoshop CS5 and will be sold to students and staff at each school to act as a fundraiser for the newly established DATA Skills USA chapter. One half of the proceeds from the Matador poster will go towards repainting the multipurpose room at Raymond Cree.

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