Intelligencer: Art Senior Produces Largest-Known Intaglio-Type in U.S.

May 25, 2012

The Intelligencer reported on May 18: "Arcadia University senior Hannah Riotto has produced the largest-known photopolymer intaglio-type in the United States. It’s a 15-foot-long installation where viewers will recognize the icons of Barnesville, Schuylkill County, transitioning to the Philadelphia skyline.

"Riotto’s senior thesis project — titled ‘We Are What We Seek’ — was produced using a contemporary process developed by Keith Howard of Rochester Institute of Technology. The process is taught at Arcadia University by adjunct professor Justin Staller, a 2005 RIT graduate. Staller recently was recognized as one of the nation’s ‘Adjunct Heroes’ by Inside Higher Education.” Read more at

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