Illustration students' selected for American Illustration 38

 

Monday, April 22, 2019 - 8:00am

This year’s distinguished jury included: Christopher Brand, Crown Publishing;  Dennis Huynh, Buzzfeed;  Maria G. Keehan, Smithsonian;  Hannah K Lee, The New York Times;  Janet Michaud, Politico;  Aaron Rinas, Art + Mechanical;  and Marianne Seregi, National Geographic.

From over 7,000 submissions, the jury selected only 386 images to appear in the book and represent the best illustrations from 2018. The American Illustration 38 winning collection will be presented in print and in a digital slideshow sent to 50,000 creative professionals. The Archive will launch with a party set for November 7, 2019 in New York City. 

 

Congratulations, students!

 

Amanda Arlotta (2 pieces) (4th yr)

Paliate (1st yr)

Skylar Dunk (4th yr)

Mia Viva (4th yr)

Joshua Middleton (4th yr)

Nan Shi (4th yr)

 

 

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Amanda Arlotta - chosen
Joshua Middleton - chosen
Skylar Dunk - selected
Nathan Devlin  (aka Paliate) - selected
Mia Viva - chosen
Amanda Arlotta - selected
Nan Shi - chosen
Monday, April 22, 2019 - 8:00am

This year’s distinguished jury included: Christopher Brand, Crown Publishing;  Dennis Huynh, Buzzfeed;  Maria G. Keehan, Smithsonian;  Hannah K Lee, The New York Times;  Janet Michaud, Politico;  Aaron Rinas, Art + Mechanical;  and Marianne Seregi, National Geographic.

From over 7,000 submissions, the jury selected only 386 images to appear in the book and represent the best illustrations from 2018. The American Illustration 38 winning collection will be presented in print and in a digital slideshow sent to 50,000 creative professionals. The Archive will launch with a party set for November 7, 2019 in New York City. 

 

Congratulations, students!

 

Amanda Arlotta (2 pieces) (4th yr)

Paliate (1st yr)

Skylar Dunk (4th yr)

Mia Viva (4th yr)

Joshua Middleton (4th yr)

Nan Shi (4th yr)