In The Press: Viktor Deak in The New York Times

June 5, 2009
  • The New York Times profiled alumnus Viktor Deak (MFA 2004 Illustration as Visual Essay). Described as “one of the world’s leading paleoartists,” Deak combines art and scientific research to create hominid reconstructions. His work has been displayed at the American Museum of Natural History, and a 78-foot long mural he created is included in the traveling exhibition “Lucy’s Legacy,” opening at the Discovery Times Square Exposition, 226 West 44th Street, on Wednesday, June 24. See Viktor talk about his work in the Times online video.
  • Experience Matters, a blog at, cites Deborah Adler‘s (MFA 2002 Design) prescription bottle redesign for Target as an example of great customer experience. In 2005, Adler designed new packaging for the chain as part of her thesis in the MFA Design Department. Click here to read previous Briefs coverage of Adler’s project.
  • Starved Magazine recently interviewed alumnus Cannaday Chapman (BFA 2008 Illustration). Chapman talks about his attraction to illustration and projects he has worked on since graduation.
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