Posts Tagged ‘animation’

Student Artwork Update: Miguel Reyes

Thursday, September 15th, 2016

We are pleased to present animation artwork by SVACE student Miguel Reyes, created in conjunction with the courses, “Animation: An Introduction” with Martin Abrahams and “Casting for Animators” with Dee LaDuke.

Artwork by Miguel Reyes

Artwork by Miguel Reyes

Miguel Reyes is a Mexican artist currently living in Brooklyn, NY. He earned his Visual Arts degree at Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. His work has been shown in Mexico, US, France, and Spain in more than ten different exhibits. He is now turning his career towards visual development, character design and illustration in the field of animation.

See Miguel’s work in our exhibition space at 380 Second Ave, 8th floor, until October 31.  Find more of his work at his website.

Weekend Hot Links

Friday, September 9th, 2016

Happy Friday! Might we suggest recent art, design, and culture goodies shared by the SVACE faculty and community?

Image via WIRED

Image via WIRED

Cooper’s Closets (WIRED): The Cooper Hewitt’s digitization project includes putting 200K objects online. (via Kevin Brainard)

Persian Print (Fast Co.Design): A new magazine brings Iranian graphic design to the global stage. (via Jess Mackta)

Perfect Panels (The Creators Project): What good scene blocking and panel positioning can do for a comic. (via SVA MFA Visual Narrative)

Dead-end Design (Fast Co.Design): Design jobs of the future are moving targets. (via Lisa Lordi)

Rorschach Rhetoric (Ad Age): An abstract, animated election ad puts Trump’s words to the test. (via Mark Burk)

Building Bathrooms (Fast Co.Design): Design can transform a public restroom into a equitable space. (via Lisa Lordi)

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Weekend Hot Links

Friday, August 12th, 2016

Happy Friday! Might we suggest recent art, design, and culture goodies shared by the SVACE faculty and community?

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Universe Anniversary (Vox): At 100 episodes, Steven Universe reaches a turning point. (via SVA News)

Met Maps (Hyperallergic): New interactive maps of the Metropolitan Museum, courtesy of SVA students. (via SVA MFA Visual Narrative)

Type Taxidermy (Print): An artist gives new life to old forms. (via Steven Heller)

Neural Neighbors (FastCo.Design): Let AI walk you home through the safest streets. (via Lisa Lordi)

Sense Sells (WWD): A new book compiles sensuality and sexuality in commercial art. (via Steven Heller)

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Weekend Hot Links

Friday, August 5th, 2016

Happy Friday! Might we suggest recent art, design, and culture goodies shared by the SVACE faculty and community?

Image via The New York Times

Image via The New York Times

Fable Frames (New York Times): With two styles of animation, The Little Prince caricatures today’s world. (via Steve Brodner)

Getting Real (AIGA): Out of the frying pan of grad school and into the fire of the real world. (via Jon Newman)

Pure Ugly (FastCo.Design): Turning off smokers with Pantone 448C. (via SVA News)

Presidential Poster (FastCo.Design): Where is this election’s “HOPE” poster? (via Steven Heller)

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Weekend Hot Links

Friday, July 29th, 2016

On the heels of an election history milestone, Friday is here! For weekend reflection, here are recent art, design, and culture goodies shared by the SVACE faculty and community.

Photo by Pablo Enriquez, via Designboom

Photo by Pablo Enriquez, via Designboom

Washed Up (Designboom): At Fort Tilden, a decaying building gets a spray-on make-over. (via SVA Interior Design)

Pushing Buttons (Print): Show your true colors with these badges of honor. (via Steven Heller)

Women’s Work (Artnet): Established and emerging female artists share advice to sprouting sisters. (via SVA News)

Laugh List (AdAge): How ad creatives and clients can connect over comedy campaigns. (via Mark Burk)

Pixel Problems (Motherboard): A psych professor posits perilous, pernicious pixel-pushing phenomena. (via SVA MFA Visual Narrative)

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