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.
Norman Rockwell Museum exhibition catalogue focusing on the art and teaching career of Golden Age illustrator Harvey Dunn.
The Art of Mechanical Flight
If you love to draw and want to forge a creative career in illustration, BA Illustration gives you the space, tuition and support to help you fully develop your own style and prepares you to work as an illustrator in a range of contexts.
MIAD’s Illustration program will prepare you to be a professional illustrator, by teaching you the language of visual communication with an emphasis on creative problem solving.
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.
Norman Rockwell Museum exhibition catalogue featuring the art of pulp, movie poster, and historical illustrator Mort Kunstler.
Collections featuring works by historical and contemporary illustrators.
Illustration art highlighting the evolution of New York City, including works by Rea Irvin, Mary Petty, Helen Hockinson, and many others.
Illustrators are storytellers — inventors of enchanting, compelling, fantastical theater and sometimes, masters of convincing illusion.
NYSR's goal is to define the profession of architectural and interior illustration.
Norman Rockwell Museum is dedicated to preserving, studiying, and communicating with a global audience the life, art, and spirit of Norman Rockwell in the field of illustration.
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.
Information about Petruccio's illustrations of fine art.
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.