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OPEN DOORS NY: PORTFOLIO REVIEWS: ILLUSTRATION & ILLUSTRATED TYPE
Thursday, March 29 2012
7:00–7:00 pm
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Thursday, March 29 2012
7:00–7:00 pm

OPEN DOORS NY: PORTFOLIO REVIEWS: ILLUSTRATION & ILLUSTRATED TYPE

Thursday, March 29 2012
7:00–7:00 pm

OPEN DOORS NY: PORTFOLIO REVIEWS: ILLUSTRATION & ILLUSTRATED TYPE

AIGA/NY opens their doors to 12 designers to have their portfolios reviewed by successful professionals in the field. If you’re looking for a job or feel like your work needs a good dusting, this is your chance to get professional feedback.

Come take advantage of this opportunity to get your illustration portfolio reviewed by the amazing Chris Rubino and Jon Han.

Jon Han is a Brooklyn-based artist and illustrator from Los Angeles, California. His work, which utilizes an abstract and minimalist vocabulary to explore different perspectives in visual communication, has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, GQ, NYLON, Newsweek, Scientific American, etc… Selections of his work may be viewed at www.jon-han.com

Chris Rubino is originally a Bostonian; New York has been his adopted hometown for the past 14 years. His work has been exhibited in Europe, Japan, Hong Kong and the U.S. He recently has created designs & illustrations for such clients as The New York Times, Banana Republic & The NY Public Theater. Rubino’s work has been strongly influenced by his screen-printing background making limited edition posters for bands such as The Rapture, The Brian Jonestown Massacre and Psychic TV. Recently a series of his posters has been added to the permanent collection at the Museum of Design in Zurich. Rubino holds a BFA from Syracuse University, was selected as an ADC Young Gun and is a co-founder of the Transitionist art movement. Selections of his work may be viewed at www.chrisrubino.com

Theme: Illustration & Illustrated Type

BYOP:
Bring Your Own Portfolio
Please bring a pdf of your portfolio on a flash drive to be projected.
No more than 15 pieces please.