The illustration major is dedicated to the ideal that an illustrator is first and foremost a knowledgeable and skilled artist/designer. To encourage the development of a creative imagination and a personal point of view, the curriculum promotes exploration in historic and contemporary illustration processes and practices. This approach prepares students for the challenging world of illustrative art and design. Professional business practices and presentation skills are emphasized to prepare students to enter professional careers. Read more about the major...
News & Highlights
- 95% of 2012 Illustration graduates are employed, 68%with organizations in their field of study, including: Boco Digital Media, Monroe Designs, Little Woman Design, Tyco Toys, Inc. and Sand Piper Gallerie II. For more details visit the Locks Career Center page
- Congratulations to current Illustration majors Linus Curci and Rachel Kilbury, and alumna Marilyn Foehrenbach ‘13 whose works: “Yosemite,” “Gluttony” and “To Kill A Mockingbird” have been selected from thousands of national entries for the May 2014 exhibition at the Museum of American Illustration at the Society of Illustrators. Congratulations also go to their Illustration thesis instructors Richard Harrington and Joe Kulka. A color exhibition catalogue will accompany the exhibition.
- Congratulations to Junior Illustration Major Caroline Frumento on having her work, “I Hate Winter,” accepted into the 2014 Society of Illustrators Comic & Cartoon Art Annual show.
- Fashion Illustration alumna Renee Reeser Zelnick '89 did all of the promo art for the cast of NBC's Dracula series. Zelnick also designed a custom car for Carson Daly on NBC's the VOICE and designed a print comp that was used for the ad campaign for The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
- Moore faculty member Stephen Layne Designs Joe Frazier Statue in Philadelphia on This Week's Story.