Monday, January 21, 2008

I first stumbled across Working Class Studio when I bought a couple paperback journals at Barnes and Noble this past year.  I was immediately drawn to the simple and colorful designs, and was intrigued when I read on the back that the journals were part of a program of the Savannah College of Art and Design.  
In a nutshell, the program connects talented art students with the market, affording them an opportunity to get their creative work into the public.  Working Class Studio is one of the great examples of universities partnering with the business sector to promote entrepreneurship and enterprise.  

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