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SVA Portfolios: Five Most-Discussed Projects of April 2020
April 30, 2020
An illustration of a woman reading a book, while tiny figures on her table act out a scene.
Credit: Feifei Ruan

The April roundup of the top five most-discussed projects from SVA Portfolios includes a colorful New York Times illustration by SVA alumnus Feifei Ruan, a beautifully 3D-rendered art piece and a black and grey charcoal-drawn life study.

A charcoal illustration of a bust being held in a hand.
Credit: Eugene Dunn

5) Eugene Dunn (BFA 2009 Illustration), Bust


An abstract illustration of a person typing on a laptop.
Credit: Jinhwa Jang

4) Jinhwa Jang (BFA 2019 Illustration), Editorial Illustrations


An illustration of a woman reading a book, while tiny figures on her table act out a scene.
Credit: Feifei Ruan

3) Feifei Ruan (MFA 2015 Visual Narrative), Illustration: Theater Books


A 3D-rendered image of a wedding cake split in half, with the groom figure on one half and the bride on the other half.
Credit: Jim McNeill

2) Jim McNeill (BFA 1990 Illustration), Making The Cut


An image of people walking around on a yellow sphere.
Credit: Enle Li

1) Enle Li (BFA 2015 Design), Parallel Universe


For the five most-discussed projects of March 2020, click here. The Portfolios network is free to all SVA alumni, faculty members and degree-seeking students (members can add projects here).