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The students of the NABA BA in Graphic Design and Art Direction, Visual Design major, have creatively participated in the development of the graphic contents for the graphic artist Patrick Thomas workshop, Open Collab 2.0.

The workshop, which began in the Academy's laboratories, continued remotely, transforming itself into a real collective project.

The online collaboration aimed at creating experimental black and white graphics on the “Unity” theme, and was promoted by the professors Alberto Bettinetti and Stefano Comensoli, in the experimental graphics, thesis laboratory and digital drawing classes.

Find more about these projects on the website: Italia-01.open-collab.org.

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