Happy Friday! We hope to keep you warm this weekend with recent art, design, and culture goodies shared by the SVACE faculty and community.
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Happy Friday! To enrich your weekend, we suggest these recent art, design, and culture goodies shared by the SVACE faculty and community.
Happy Friday! Might we suggest recent art, design, and culture goodies shared by the SVACE faculty and community?
For the current Village Voice cover, Steve Brodner brings together concept and composition in an illustration that demonstrates the disturbing and absurd qualities of Donald Trump’s dominance of the 2016 election primaries. See Brodner’s Trump illustration for The Nation for an extra serving of Trump scrutiny.
Graphis Typography 3 features Viktor Koen’s “Artphabet” from “The ABCs of SVA” subway posters. “The tome presents work by some of the top international design and type design masters in the industry,” according to Graphis. Viktor is a prolific illustrator who deserves a print record of his work, which already thrives in digital formats.
Grant Shaffer was included in La Mama Family Show at La Mama Galleria. For the annual La MaMa Family Show, artists and staff from throughout the institution’s 54 year history are invited to contribute pieces of art for display. Also, Grant recently contributed five illustrations to Robot Takeover by Ana Matronic.
Matt Rota designed a tote bag for the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR), illustrating the theme, “There’s More To The Story.” Get one from CIR for free: Free tote. Listen to their podcasts here.
Finally, Viktor Koen has posted images from his ambitious SVA Philanthropy & Sustainability Poster Project in Athens! He writes, “Curating the best 24 entries from the entire last academic year is never easy but thankfully, their sequence and hanging order came together organically and helped the posters interact dynamically.” The show featured students in the SVA MFA Illustration as Visual Essay program. See images and his comments at his Tumblr blog.