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July billboard inspired by artwork by industrial and interaction design students Lyndon Pang ’17 and Tiara Chang ’18 July billboard inspired by artwork by industrial and interaction design students Lyndon Pang ’17 and Tiara Chang ’18
August billboard inspired by artwork by environmental and interior design student Kimberly Williams ’16 August billboard inspired by artwork by environmental and interior design student Kimberly Williams ’16
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A College of Visual and Performing Arts student design competition inspired a summer series of billboards depicting Syracuse landmarks (both on and off campus) linked through the Connective Corridor. The series is a prelude to a 2015-16 academic year series by SU:VPA design students called “Experience Cuse,” which will launch Sept. 1.

Tiffany Soohoo ’17, an industrial and interaction design major in the School of Design, is lead designer for the series, working under the direction of SU:VPA alumnus Quinton Fletchall ’13 G’15, who manages the Connective Corridor’s public art programs and is also an instructor at SU:VPA.The vector and line art illustrations represent key locations along the Corridor.

The work appears on the Connective Corridor billboard adjacent to the Nancy Cantor Warehouse at the intersection of West Street and West Fayette Street--the gateway to Armory Square.