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SVA Portfolios: Five Most-Discussed Projects of June 2021
June 30, 2021
A comic-book-style panel of a person holding up an old-fashioned flashbulb camera.

Johnny Dombrowski (BFA 2010 Illustration), panel from “The Horror,” an ongoing experimental series of out-of-context horror comic book panels.

Credit: Johnny Dombrowski

The five most-discussed projects for June 2021 on SVA Portfolios—the College’s network on Behance for community members’ creative projects—include an infographic about business cards, an experimental horror comic-book panel series and button and tote bag designs for SVA’s Culture, Design and Fine Arts in New York (CDFNY) CDFNY Summer Program. Scroll on to see them, and for links to the artists’ pages.

Two circle-shaped button designs featuring colorful hand-drawn illustrations of figures walking.
Credit: Hyunyoung Kim
An image of a book with a piece of string tied around it.
Credit: Leen Sadder
An infographic-type illustration featuring several 3D stacks of different colors, lined up in rows.
Credit: Adam Katz

3. Adam Katz (MFA 2012 Design), Do you have a card?


A comic-book-style panel featuring a close-up drawing of a hand holding a pistol.
Credit: Johnny Dombrowski
Kei Meguro Waiting
Credit: Kei Meguro

1. Kei Meguro (BFA 2010 Graphic Design), Waiting.


For the five most-discussed projects of May 2021, click here. The Portfolios network is free to all SVA alumni, faculty members and degree-seeking students (members can add projects here).