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SVA Portfolios: Five Most-Discussed Projects of October 2019
November 1, 2019

The October roundup of the top five most-discussed projects from SVA Portfolios includes a painting inspired by sculptor Auguste Rodin's famous The Thinker, a couple of perspective-defying illustrations based on the Japanese animated series Neon Genesis Evangelion, and the main title sequence for Netflix's recently released original series The Politician.

<p "="">A painting of the head and upper torso of a person who is wearing a blue shirt with eyeglasses hanging from the neck, and striking a pose similar to that of Auguste Rodin's <em>The Thinker</em>.

5) Francisco Galarraga (MFA 2015 Illustration as Visual Essay), The Thinker

<p "="">A color sketch of a woman in a green dress and black hijab, sitting on a bench seat of a subway car, holding what looks like two takeout cups of coffee.

4) Dave Weinberg (BFA 1987 Media Arts), 06.19 cellphoneSketchpad

<p "="">A photograph of the lower half of an open casket, showing the decedent's legs and boots. The casket is surrounded by colorful floral arrangements, including one shaped to look like an electric bass guitar.

3) Raul Aguila (BFA 2009 Graphic Design), Esquire

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2) Yongsub Song (MFA 2010 Computer Arts), main title animation/compositing for The Politician

<p "=""><strong><strong>An anime-style illustration of a woman in a red outfit.</strong><br></strong>

1) Edwin Huang (BFA 2010 Cartooning), Evanglion
For the five most-discussed projects of September 2019, click here. The Portfolios network is free to all SVA alumni, faculty members and degree-seeking students (members can add projects here).