SVA Portfolios: Five Most Discussed Projects of November 2013

December 3, 2013

The November roundup of top five most discussed SVA Portfolios features some familiar names from last month and a mix of illustration, design and branding projects.

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

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all SVA alumni, faculty members and degree-seeking students. To view profiles and/or add your own projects, visit SVA Portfolios.

5) Natalya Balnova (MFA 2013 Illustration as Visual Essay) Principles of Jelly Making

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4) Vanessa Rees (MFA 2010 Computer Art) Midnight Moon Holiday

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3) Cun Shi (current student, MFA

Illustration as Visual Essay) Tales From the Sketchbook

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2) Raul Alejandro (BFA 2008 Graphic Design) Hand Type Vol. 9

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1) Amir Mohamed (current student, BFA Design) Alnassar New Co Identity

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