• Ben Kowalski


  • Thomas Pregiato


  • Shane Miller


  • Katryna Jones


    Tarzan

  • Nicole Gavrilles


    Paper Fashion

  • Jeremy Rojas


    Beat Street

  • Katryna Jones / Ashley Zych


    Interactive Application

  • Stephanie Wrong


  • Thomas Pregiato


    Interactive Magazine

  • Valentine Sanders


    Corporeal

  • Benjamin Kowalski


    Volunteering Campaign

  • Dina Makarita


    Music Branding

  • Heather Burrell


    Contemporary Magazine

Graphic Design

Bachelor of Fine Arts


 

Use text and images to communicate messages for print, electronic, and three-dimensional media.

Typography, images, the very latest in computer hardware and software ... at Ringling College of Art and Design, the tools are all here, along with a problem waiting to be solved. Whether you are working in paint, ink and collage, digital video or animation, it is up to you, as the problem-solver, to organize, interpret, and magnify the images to best communicate your message.

In Ringling College's Graphic Design department, you will learn communication theory and principles, balancing that knowledge with an understanding of society and culture. The result? A graphic designer who can produce a broad range of visual images for print, electronic and three-dimensional media in today's communication-oriented culture.

Computer Animation


Challenge yourself to create...

Justin (above) explains his passion for Graphic Design.

Video Gallery

Ferro

by Shawn LeBoutillier

Art Moves Us
Moxie
Decision Making

GIC Student Finalist in Adobe Design Achievement Awards

Nov. 8, 2012 - Minzhe Chen Cheng was recently named an Adobe Design Achievement Awards finalist in the Mobile Design category. This is Adobe’s 12th annual student design competition, hosted in partnership with ICONGRADA (International Council of Graphic Design Associations), which celebrates student and faculty achievement and reflects the powerful convergence of technology and the creative arts.

GIC Student Wins National ADDY Award!

May 11, 2012 - Dina Makarita was recently awarded a National Gold Addy award for her poster work for the electro-pop band Neondrathal.