SVA Portfolios: Five Most Discussed Projects of February 2013

March 1, 2013

The February roundup of top five most discussed SVA Portfolios features some familiar names from last month, but also includes an impressive new project in the top spot.

SVA Portfolios is regularly viewed by gallery curators, creative professionals, and members of the media, to name just a few. It’s also perused daily by SVA Close Up, as we’re always looking for new projects to share on our Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr pages. On top of that, it’s free to all SVA alumni, faculty members and degree-seeking students. To view profiles and/or add your own projects, visit SVA Portfolios.

5) AJ Frena (BFA 2011 Illustration) homo homini lupus

4) Lauren Hom (current student, BFA Advertising and Design) Daily Dishonesty

3)  Yuko Shimizu (faculty member, MFA Illustration as Visual Essay Department) slightly demented children’s stories

2)  Leen Sadder (MFA 2012 Design) THIS toothbrush

1) Yuko Shimizu (faculty member, MFA Illustration as Visual Essay Department) Contemporary Chinese Fiction (New York Times Book Review)

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