RIT’s student chapter of the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts won for best overall publication at this year’s international competition held in Pittsburgh. RIT competed against universities from the United States and Canada. Part of the book’s design included a foldout, removable cover featuring a timeline of the history of graphic arts. The students chose a printed spine, that looked like ribbon. Students developed a variable data workflow to personalize each spine with the last name of the person who was to receive a book copy. The book’s content included technical papers written by School of Print Media students and faculty.