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SVA Portfolios: Five Most-Discussed Projects of January 2019
January 29, 2019

The January roundup of the top five most-discussed projects from SVA Portfolios includes a series of illustrations portraying Dr. Who's TARDIS in different areas of China, a variety of depictions of the seven deadly sins and illustrations for the book titled Japanese Tales.

<span class="redactor-invisible-space"><em>The Seven Deadly Sins</em></span> by Jen Yoon<span class="redactor-invisible-space"> (BFA Illustration)</span>

5) Jen Yoon (BFA Illustration), The Seven Deadly Sins

<span class="redactor-invisible-space"><em>Should Have Never Left the Forest</em></span> by Gianna Meola<span class="redactor-invisible-space"> (BFA 2014 Illustration)</span>

4) Gianna Meola (BFA 2014 Illustration), Should Have Never Left the Forest

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3) Joy Tien (MFA 2014 Computer Art), Bankwest

<span class="redactor-invisible-space"><em>Japanese Tales Book Project</em></span> by Yuko Shimizu<span class="redactor-invisible-space"> (MFA 2003 Illustration as Visual Essay)</span>

2) Yuko Shimizu (MFA 2003 Illustration as Visual Essay), Japanese Tales Book Project

<span class="redactor-invisible-space"><em>Poster Series: DOCTOR WHO</em></span><em></em> by Feifei Ruan<span class="redactor-invisible-space"> (MFA 2015 Visual Narrative)</span>

1) Feifei Ruan (MFA 2015 Visual Narrative), Poster Series: DOCTOR WHO

For the five most-discussed projects of December 2018, click here. The Portfolios network is free to all SVA alumni, faculty members and degree-seeking students (members can add projects here).