Jun Cen ('13) got two entries in the Editorial category; Lisk Feng ('14) had six entries make it into the Book, Advertising and Uncommissioned categories; Jasu Hu ('15) had a piece accepted in the Editorial category; Aimee Chang ('16) had two works selected in the Uncommissioned category.
A large group of current and past students of the Illustration Practice program were selected for American Illustration 33. Sarah Jacoby (’14) and Jun Cen (’13) were chosen for the Book category while Lisk Feng (’14), Lynn Chen (’14), Maily Degnan(’14), Jasu Hu (’15), Lisa Perrin (’13), and Dingding Hu (’13) were selected for the Archive.
MFA ILP alumni Lisa Perrin (’13) and Jun Cen (’13), and current thesis student Sarah Jacoby (’14) have been featured in Nobrow 9! along with the. Purchase the book here.
Nowbrow 9 cover image features the work of Ben Newman
Last year, alumnus Jun Cen won AOI’s prestigious New Talent Award. A larger feature on Jun Cen has now just been published on the AOI website. In the piece they give general background on Cen and his work as well as a series of quotes about his Entrance/Exit graphic novel taken from an interview he did with Varoom Magazine.
Cen has also received many accolades for his animated short filmMutual Tunnels (below). This work was selected for American Illustration’s International Motion Art Awards 2 as well as the Indie Memphis Film Festival.