What do Alfred Hitchcock's heroines, Richard Serra's sculptures and Keith Haring's drawings have in common? They were all part of the design brief presented to students in VCU professor Kim Guthrie's senior studio course " Prints and Possibilities ," for a project designing artwork for digitally printed fabrics. "What they didn't want was ditzy, simple, predictable prints," Guthrie says of the impetus for the design brief presented to the students by Neil Gilk and Daniel Reynolds, two members of the Diane von Furstenberg design team. Fashion design and communication arts students worked in five creative teams during the spring semester to create collages, drawings and paintings that were later developed into prints and printed fabrics. The final products will be on display at Page Bond Gallery from May 10 to 17. For more information, call 359-3633 or visit pagebondgallery.com .