Described on the website as "an exhibition that highlights the versatility of illustration and reveals to us the many ways we are linked with nature," Sara has brought together five artists to create this exhibit (one of which is Sarah Jacoby, another ILP alumna!).
ILP alumna Sarah Jacoby '13 was one of 7 upcoming artists invited by Neenah Papers and Design Army to create paper motifs of their hometowns, which are featured in the book Future Classic.
Head over here to read more about her process and thoughts on her final piece.
The tenth anniversary exhibition of Stereohype, a London graphic art label, called “Stereohype 2004–2014″ was curated and designed by FL@33. The exhibition and exhibition catalog feature button badges designed by MFA in Illustration Practice Director Whitney Sherman created for the B.I.O. [by invitation only] 13 series, and a separate series of black and white badges created by MICA MFA in Illustration Practice students in 2013.
The exhibition is being held at the London College of Communication, Lower Street Gallery from September 13 – November 8 and has been reviewed extensively, including by Creative Review.
The MICA button badge series includes the work of MFA Illustration Practice alumni Alexandra Citrin, Diyou Wu,Eduardo Corral, Joshua Heinsz, Kevin Valente, Lisk Feng, Lynn Chen, Maily Degnan, Sarah Jacoby, Seo Kim, Stacy Montebelloand Valeria Molinari.
For more images and information on FL@33’s residency and workshop with MICA MFA Illustration Practice students, go here.
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
Current students Lynn Chen '14 and Sarah Jacoby '14 have been announced as two of the winners of Communication Arts‘ 55th annual illustration competition. Chen’s McCandless Bus (shown above) and Jacoby’s Winter Scene and Autumnal Scene (shown below) will be reproduced in the May/June 2014 issue of Communication Arts, both in print and on the iPad. More than 45,000 copies of the issue will be distributed worldwide assuring important exposure to the creators and publishers of these award-winning images.