Graphic Design Facilities
Two multimedia classrooms at 41 Cooper Square house Apple iMac workstations and a teaching station, equipped with high-definition video projection, sound and laptop access. In addition, the Computer Studio provides scanners, black-and-white and color printers, and WiFi access. A professional staff of technical assistants is available during posted Computer Studio hours. A professionally-staffed and well-lit letterpress studio is available to all students. It is equipped with five Vandercook cylinder presses, one tabletop pilot platen press, polymer bases, a foil stamping machine, book presses, binding hand tools, a polymer plate maker, and well-organized foundry and wood type, as well as all necessary spacing material and composing equipment. Skilled technical assistants are available to help students execute all manner of printing and binding projects. Students also have access to the collection of design ephemera, periodicals and books in the Herb Lubalin Study Center, located on the lower level of 41 Cooper Square.