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.
The Society of Children’s Book Writers is the only professional organization specifically for those individuals writing and illustrating for children and young adults in the fields of children’s literature, magazines, film, television, and multimedia.
The Society promotes the art of illustration through appreciation of its history and evolving nature with exhibitions, lectures, and education.
Promotes excellence in editorial design.
This blog celebrates illustration, design, cartoon, and comic art of the mid-20th century.
Todd Klein comments on lettering, literature, and more.
Tokyo Illustrators Society (TIS) is Japan’s most influential professional association for illustration.
The Department of Art & Art History aims to foster innovative and thoughtful artistic practice, scholarship, and education. As professional artists, designers, art historians, and art educators, our faculty enrich the experience of visual culture.
You will explore illustration, animation and games art using traditional art techniques and state of the art software such as Academy Award winning Maya® and Adobe Creative Suite® as well as a whole host of other industry standard applications.
Illustration is in a constant state of change and evolution, and our course reflects this as we focus on the way multicultural and technological issues influence the subject.
Study Illustration at Brighton and you’ll develop your understanding of the subject intellectually as well as practically.
The B.F.A. in Art - Emerging Media Track allows students to integrate the multiple domains of art, storytelling, and technology.
The images we see and take for granted in day-to-day life from book covers to advertisements in newspapers etc are more often than not created by an illustrator.
As an illustration student you will use labs containing up-to-date Macintosh computers, software, scanners, Wacom tablets, printers and other equipment that are standard in the career field
Illustration is the art of making ideas communicate through visual art, the profession spans a wide range of applications: anything an illustrator can bring to life.
If you also enjoy creating images, making things, inventing stories and working on projects with like-minded people, then we have the ideal course for you.
The curriculum for illustration is designed to introduce the student to the processes and techniques used by illustrators.
On this course you will develop a thorough grounding in the key concepts and practical skills required for a career in Illustration. You will learn to be a forward thinking, motivated and talented illustrator able to respond to the needs of the industry.
Illustrators invent and document the visual style of an era. They've been doing it for a long time, and they're still at it.
Illustration is a unique art form that is defined not by its medium, but by its context. Illustration finds its home in the public sphere of popular media.
BA Illustration at Camberwell College of Arts takes an innovative, experimental, and critical approach to the broad practice of illustration.