SVA Portfolios: Five Most-Discussed Projects of 2019
January 9, 2020
A Doctor Who alternate poster with a time machine flying over a Chinese temple

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

SVA Portfolios is a terrific platform for exposure—students, alumni, faculty or any related community members can exhibit their work there. Each month, we highlight the five most-discussed projects on the platform, but this year, we’ve kicked it up a notch and have created our first-ever roundup of the five most-discussed projects of the entire calendar year. This collection of best-of 2019 work, the most-discussed offerings, includes a commission for Unicef, an animation done for the video game Gear 5, and a “wild” commercial for Sherwin Williams.

An illustration of two people resting on a blanket in the grass

Jonny Ruzzo (BFA 2012 Illustration), Firefly Music Festival 2016

5) Jonny Ruzzo (BFA 2012 Illustration), Firefly Music Festival 2016

How can we affordably connect all young people to the internet?

4) Hao Li (MFA 2016 Computer Art), Promising Ideas Innovation

Video: Sherwin Williams Safari

3) Joy Tien (MFA 2014 Computer Art), Sherwin Williams: “Safari”

Xbox Gears 5 "Kait Broken”

2) Yongsub Song (MFA 2010 Computer Arts), GEAR 5 ‘KATE, BROKEN’

A 'Doctor Who' alternate poster with a time machine flying over a Chinese temple

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

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


The Portfolios network is free to all SVA alumni, faculty members and degree-seeking students (members can add projects here).