Will Terry's process

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

I saw this on Will Terry's blog and thought it was interesting. Familiar process, anyone?


Timothy Banks at SCAD

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Local Illustrator Timothy Banks has illustrated 3 children's books and a client list which includes McGraw-Hill, Macmillian UK, Harcourt, Houghton-Mifflin, Cartoon Network, KidStuff Inc. and even our own SCAD-Design Press publishing company is coming visiting SCAD this Summer quarter. He works both traditionally and digitally and will be doing a short demo in acrylics and other media for my Acrylic Techniques class. All current SCAD students are welcome that can get into the building with their SCAD I.D.

Who: Timothy Banks
What: Show and Tell and Demo
When: Thursday, July, 23, 2009 - 2-3ish
Where: SCAD-Atlanta, room 379
Why: Absorb more illlstration knowledge and reconnect with your fellow classmates over the Summer.

Take a look at his portfolio, blog and social sites here.

Jay Montgomery

Goñi Montes is published on Tor.com

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Our recent MFA grad
Goñi Montes has officially been published by Tor.com. He did the illustrations for the online story The Cat Who Walked a Thousand Miles, by Kij Johnson.
Irene Gallo, the Tor Books Art Director, has been raving about his work and with good reason. The work is stunning, but it's what we have come to expect from Mr. Montes. Congrats, Goñi!

Yuko Interviews Edel Rodriguez

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Our good friend Yuko Shimizo conducted a very insightful interview with Edel Rodriguez for Illustration Friday this week. It's worth a read, especially for those of you who are fond of wearing many hats, like Edel has.


Upcoming Art Show

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Patrick Byrnes First Solo Exhibit

At Art House: During The Castleberry Hill Art Walk on July 24th


Upcoming Art Show

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

SCAD Alumnus Jessica Jordan and current graduate student Ethan Mongin are displaying digital and monochromatic illustrations at The Art Place in Marietta, GA. There will be an opening reception on July 9, from 7-9 p.m. The show will be on display from July 9-31.