This collection of resources provides additional information about the subject of illustration, from collections of original illustration art to interesting blogs and educational opportunities. A special feature highlights video interviews with noted practitioners, who offer compelling insights about their personal experiences and inspirations.
Illustration students master the ability to interpret the concepts of authors and designers, creating visual pieces that speak for themselves.
The Bachelor of Fine Arts, or BFA, in Animation/Illustration is a pre-professional degree program that educates and trains the next generation of motion designers, illustrators, project directors, and other industry professionals.
Illustrators are storytellers — inventors of enchanting, compelling, fantastical theater and sometimes, masters of convincing illusion.
The Illustration BFA program at Northern Illinois University provides a broad background in a variety of fine arts and design techniques encompassing artistic study in both traditional and digital media for the creation of art to communicate.
Students in the Illustration program learn to visually communicate ideas and narratives for print and electronic media.
There has been a powerful shift in the creative industries towards collaboration, networking and shared entrepreneurial practices.
Providing you with the knowledge and skills to create effective, communicative and artful images that function as a complement to the written word.
As one of three programs of study offered by the Communication Arts Department, Illustrators develop a strong personal style in their images and use their image-making skills to support the communication needs of a variety of clients in multiple contexts.
This degree is aimed at students who wish to enter the marketplace as illustrators specialising in narrative and sequential work
The Illustration department’s curriculum emphasizes a strong interdependence between timeless technical mastery and contemporary marketplace savvy.
Illustration is one of the most demanding occupations of the visual arts. The artist-illustrator must think both of the conceptual nature of the image being presented and of the range of technical possibilities dealing with the reproduction of the art.
Illustration is the art of communicating concise ideas with images using formats including picture books, magazines, newspapers, animation, graphic novels and textiles.
Artists who work as illustrators develop a strong, personal style in their images and use it to support the communication needs of a wide variety of clients.
The Illustration programme at Plymouth College of Art offers a diverse image-making experience resulting in outcomes and contexts such as traditional publishing, independent books, zines and limited prints, through to online publishing and interactive work
As a creative discipline Illustration at RISD is broadly defined — by purpose, not media. While illustrators employ the same tools used in painting, photography, film, graphic design and other disciplines, they make imagery.
At the heart of every illustration, there is a story to be told, a problem to be solved or a point of view to be expressed.
The illustration major prepares students for a variety of careers within the visual communications field. The major provides an educational environment that supports the creative development of students and helps them to achieve their individual goals.
Successful illustrators are masters at drawing and painting, exemplifying the phrase, "A picture is worth a thousand words," by communicating visually what words alone cannot convey.
One of the premier university programs in the nation, originally conceived to give local students a chance to compete for careers in the screen arts, the program now attracts students nationally and internationally.
A clever style was once thought to be the calling card for the professional illustrator. But in an age where images and artworks abound, visual artists must do more than deliver slick gimmicks—they must develop a real sensibility.