The MSU School of Art's 2011 Graphic Design Undergraduate Thesis Show

The undergraduate thesis show is the culmination of the educational careers of students in Montana State University's graphic design program. For the duration of the spring semester, thirty-seven seniors created professional-grade products and marketing materials from start to finish. Over the course of the four-month-long process, the projects were critiqued by graphic design professors Jason Johnson and Jeff Conger, as well as industry professionals from around the Bozeman area. Although the students were provided with general guidance on various stages of the design process, the composition and production of the work was expected to be managed entirely on their own. This site is dedicated to those individuals: a new generation of creative talent that will help shape the future of the industry, and continue MSU's line of exceptional graphic design alumni.