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SVA Portfolios: Five Most-Discussed Projects of March 2020
April 1, 2020
Joey Rex Cardenas (BFA 2015 Illustration), Illustrations 2018-2019

The March roundup of the top five most-discussed projects from  SVA Portfolios is chock-full of great work. This edition includes some beautiful watercolor paintings, a series of illustrations for the New York Times that depict ways to remember the 2010s, and a demo reel that showcases the talents of MFA Computer Arts alumnus Yongsub Song.

Joey Rex Cardenas (BFA 2015 Illustration), Illustrations 2018-2019

5) Joey Rex Cardenas (BFA 2015 Illustration), Illustrations 2018-2019

Hao Li (MFA 2016 Computer Art), Three Bad Jokes

4) Hao Li (MFA 2016 Computer Art), Three Bad Jokes

Claire Merchlinsky (MFA 2016 Illustration as Visual Essay), 33 Ways to Remember the 2010s

3) Claire Merchlinsky (MFA 2016 Illustration as Visual Essay), 33 Ways to Remember the 2010s

Amber Ma (MFA 2017 Illustration as Visual Essay), Pinocchio Forest II

2) Amber Ma (MFA 2017 Illustration as Visual Essay), Pinocchio Forest II

1) Yongsub Song (MFA 2010 Computer Arts), I Don't Know


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