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SVA Portfolios: Five Most-Discussed Projects of November 2020
December 1, 2020
A collage of photographs featuring desolate or forbidding-looking skies and landscapes.

Yong Sub Song, Memories of Murder homage teaser.

Credit: Yong Sub Song

The November roundup of the top five most-discussed projects from SVA Portfolios is chock-full of fantastic work. This edition includes some beautiful Christmas paper, a colorful branding and logotype for a restaurant, and elements of a Memories of Murder film homage and teaser.

A black-and-white illustration featuring a maze-looking element in the top half, three spheres in the lower half and a box in the middle featuring a silhouette of a figure looking off to the horizon.
Credit: James Lipnickas
A photograph of four white cut-paper accordion foldouts against a plain red background.
Credit: Zipeng Zhu

4. Zipeng Zhu (BFA 2013 Design), XXXmas.


A realistic portrait of a young woman playing the violin.
Credit: Gail Ojedda Duggan
A design for a restaurant named Carino, with the text bordered by floral and other decorative motifs.
Credit: Shantanu Sharma
A collage of photographs featuring desolate or forbidding-looking skies and landscapes.
Credit: Yong Sub Song

1. Yong Sub Song (MFA 2020 Computer Art), Memories of Murder homage teaser.


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