SVA Portfolios Year in Review: The Most-Discussed Projects of 2017
December 18, 2017
An interpretive painting containing several animals and tree leaves.

The year is almost over and a new one just around the bend. But before we leave 2017 behind, here’s a look back at the most discussed projects on SVA Portfolios, SVA’s free online platform for student, alumni and faculty work.

A painting of a woman with dark colored lipstick and flowers on her head.

JANUARY

Natalya Balnova (MFA 2013 Illustration as Visual Essay), “Frida”


Jogging

FEBRUARY

Chi Birmingham (MFA 2011 Illustration as Visual Essay), The New York Times: Well Blog”


Broken black egg

MARCH/APRIL

Miao Zhao (MFA 2013 Design), “Universe, architecture and dessert”


SVA Features: SVA Portfolios: Most Discussed Project of Each Month in 2017
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SVA Features: SVA Portfolios: Most Discussed Project of Each Month in 2017
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A white leaflet about Annie Oakley with original artwork of her on cover.

JULY

Natalya Balnova (MFA 2013 Illustration as Visual Essay), “Annie Oakley: A Very Brief Biography”


a plant growing trash

AUGUST

Amber Ma (MFA 2017 Illustration as Visual Essay, BFA 2015 Illustration), “Flying fish and floating city”


A girl wearing some jello around her eyes.

SEPTEMBER

Yulia Gorbachenko (MPS 2010 Digital Photography), “Julia Jamin / Eclipse”


A futuristic motorcycle listed at $5,000. A variety of options for the bike are seen in a strip below.
SVA Features: SVA Portfolios: Most Discussed Project of Each Month in 2017
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NOVEMBER/DECEMBER

Yongsub Song (MFA 2010 Computer Art), “Pacific Rim Uprising”


For the five most-discussed projects of November 2017, click here.

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