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07/31/14 @ 20:22
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By: Violeta Hernández 

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kushkomikss:

"Dedicated to villages and extremely cohesive in the organization of contributions, š! #16 is distinguished by a more descriptive and melancholic tone than usual, striking with strong graphic works by Chris Reijnen, Placid, Evangelos Androutsopoulos, Anna Vaivare and Anthony Meloro" 
š! #16 ‘Villages’ reviewed on Just Indie Comics.

kushkomikss:

"Dedicated to villages and extremely cohesive in the organization of contributions, š! #16 is distinguished by a more descriptive and melancholic tone than usual, striking with strong graphic works by Chris Reijnen, Placid, Evangelos Androutsopoulos, Anna Vaivare and Anthony Meloro"

š! #16 ‘Villages’ reviewed on Just Indie Comics.

07/31/14 @ 18:53
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theartofanimation:

KATSUO

07/31/14 @ 10:10
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The most common ding I give to RPG admins looking for a critique or review from me is the use of serif fonts in their themes. I hope this clears up any confusion as to why serif fonts are obnoxious as hell to read and will make me (and other potential applicants) want to click away from your blog without even attempting to read a thing.

The original infographic can be found here.

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07/31/14 @ 9:55
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cavetocanvas:

René Gruau

cavetocanvas:

René Gruau

07/31/14 @ 9:55
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gammaeule:

René Gruau.

Part 1. Part 2. Part 3.

07/31/14 @ 9:54
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therichandmighty:

9 FavoritesRené Gruau

kettle-o-fish:

maze drawings in progress

coryschmitz:

Logo & type design for SCE Santa Monica Studio’s rebranding.
Client: SCE Santa Monica Studio / Sony Computer Entertainment America

societyillustrators:

Three students have been selected as this year’s Zankel Scholar Finalists!  

Xanthe Bouma (Maryland Institute College of Art), Taylor Lambert (San Jose State University), and Brenna Thummler (Ringling College of Art and Design) were chosen to represent their university/college and will now move on to the final interviews and portfolio reviews to take place at the Society’s headquarters.  

The Zankel Scholar is an annual scholarship, named in memory of Arthur Zankel, whose generous bequest has made this possible.  Mr.Zankel was a firm advocate for higher education.  This is the 8th year the Society has been honored to seek, in his name, the best of the junior class and to financially support his or her senior year of college.

This year’s judges include Gail Anderson (Art Director), Teresa Fasolino (Illustrator), Brendan Leach (Illustrator), Stephen Savage (Illustrator), and Len Small (Art Director, Nautilus Magazine).  

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