The Savannah College of Art and Design and Jittery Joe's Coffee announce the release of a unique, university-specific blend of coffee with product packaging that features the artwork of SCAD sequential art student Andy J. Hirsch.
The Slam-N-Study Blend, a certified organic blend, is being sold at the Jittery Joe's location at SCAD's Ex Libris bookstore, 228 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
SCAD and Jittery Joe's are sharing proceeds from the sale of the blend.
Jittery Joe's and SCAD collaborated to enlist several of the university's communication arts students in developing the packaging concept.
The final illustration and label design was created Hirsch.
"Working with Jittery Joe's to develop Slam-N-Study, SCAD students experienced working for a real company with a chance to see their work 'on the shelves' in a retail environment," said John Lowe, dean of the SCAD School of Communication Arts.
"It was a perfect match - our students' creative abilities combined with a successful, creative company."