Tyler Graduate lands in CMYK Magazine

Recent Tyler GAID Graduate Nick Dunlap will be featured in CMYK Magazine‘s 53rd quarterly.  His restaurant identity design for “Truckstop, a restaurant specializing in classic American roadside cuisine.” will be part of their Freshest Creatives feature.  Nick was mentored in this project by instructor Keith Somers.

The Freshest Creative Hand-Picked by the Best in the Business, is CMYK Magazine‘s quarterly Call For Aspiring Creatives is open to emerging artists across the globe in the fields of art direction, copywriting, design, photography and illustration. Each issue of CMYK Magazine features as many as 100 selections from more than 80 art-design students attending over 30 of the world’s leading art-design schools, departments and workshops. Every piece is selected for print by the industry’s most influential creative professionals.


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