ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) — Some Rochester high school students interested in graphic design received some real-world feedback this week. Lee Green with Green House Grafix, spent the week with an upper-level graphic design class at John Marshall High School to help them hone their craft.
Each student created their own designs using computer software, printed the vinyl and then ironed them on to create personalized t-shirts.
Green spent time with each student to review their designs and help them along the way. Green said working with and seeing all of the student designs inspires him and the work he creates.
“I’m more inspired than them. They are all unique and gifted in their own way and so, I was trying to emphasize that. It was a pleasure to be here with them. To see all of their different talents and different mediums they want to go into – be it photography or graphic design. I think there is even animation involved. All of these things are unique for me to see,” Green said.
This partnership was made possible by the Rochester Public School Foundation, which brought Green into the school and provided the classroom with the supplies needed to make this happen.
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