One of the most popular degrees at USC, Computer-Based Art and Design prepares students for a variety of careers including graphic design, advertising, publishing, web design or multimedia design and development.
In this exhibition, advanced-level students presented large format prints on paper, canvas or vinyl that demonstrates the innovation and creativity practised in their course. Concentrating on digital illustration, students were encouraged to experiment with photography, painting and drawing skills combined with computer software to produce a dynamic body of artwork.
The Proost De Deyne Family supported the purchase of artworks selected from this exhibition for the USC Student Art Collection.
Janneke STORM Kill the lights 2012. Digital image on satin on board. USC Student Art Collection.