Checking out the samples

Sami and Cory Amos study the samples of logos, menus, t-shirts and more that graphic arts students at Indianola High School Developed for Pete's Pizza in Indianola.

Since 1974, Pete’s Pizza has been well loved in Indianola — but also perhaps well hidden. Now, local art students are giving the restaurant an eye-catching makeover.

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Pete's Pizza delivered pizza to students who worked on their logo designs, including virtual student Olivia Blanchard.

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Sami Amos and her husband, Cory, had a tough time picking which logos, or parts of logos, to use where.


Indianola's graphic arts students offer their sklls to local busnesses every semester, but it's rare their efforts are "mouthwatering."

(2) comments

Roger Foelske

What a great way to introduce students to career opportunities in commercial art and celebrate their home town as well. Kudos to their teacher and her students. Now I am hungry for Pete’s pizza.

Lee Middleswart

I had no idea that graphic design was taught at Indianola High School. It's great for the students to have a chance to participate in a design presentation. Great opportunity for everyone.

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