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Surprising strength. Photographer Nyla Schroeder, designer Elizabeth Van Why.


Powerful visions

“If you could have one super-power, what would it be?” That’s the question RIT students posed to a group of children ages 5 to 10 as the basis for Zazmo, the 2002 ESPRIT project.

The super-power fantasies provide the foundation for photographic illustrations for posters and a small book. This year’s project is a collaboration among about 60 printing, photography, design, and information technology students. In addition, a team from RIT’s packaging science program created prototypes of packages for distribution of the publication.

The annual student-run ESPRIT (Electronic Still Photography at Rochester Institute of Technology) project is intended to provide students the opportunity to participate in an interdisciplinary experience similar to that which they will encounter when entering the professional work place environment. Students choose the subject and carry out all aspects of production. For more information on Zazmo, see www.rit.edu/~esprit/zazmo.

Powered by desire. Photographer Devon Day, illustrator Rosmarie King.

Wishing for winter. Photographer Cassandra Warner


Shielded from danger. Photographer Blake Pellenberg, illustrator Rosmarie King.
Fantasies of flying. Photographer Jessica Barnard, illustrator Rosmarie King.
X-ray vision. Photographer Todd Pritchett, designer Katie Young.
Icy touch. Photographer Steven Giralt, designer Katie Young.



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