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.
2005 interview with illustrator Pierre Mion, known for his scientifically accurate work for "National Geographic."
2004 interview with artist, historian, and Illustration House founder, Walt Reed (1917-2015). Reed discusses Norman Rockwell and his involvement with the Famous Artists School, among other activities related to the field of illustration.
The Finding aid for the John Sloan Manuscript Collection.
This course is designed to develop highly individual approaches to the creation of communicative images for print and interactive and moving image. Students from this degree have consistently produced internationally recognised, award-winning illustration
From fluency in these skills, our students achieve extraordinary mastery in an array of both traditional and technical media and techniques.
The extensive Commercial Illustration Program (CI) is aimed at individuals who wish to pursue a career in commercial illustration or who wish to update their illustration skills
This challenging and exciting programme has developed out of the extremely successful illustration stream within our Graphic Design degree and has quickly become a popular choice for those who are serious about becoming a professional illustrator.
A blog featuring the artwork of cartoonistist/illustrator Leif Peng.
A unique blend of social sciences and fine arts nestled in the heart of Cambridge, MA.
The Library of Congress's Prints & Photographs Online Catalog contains an extensive collection of American illustration art and material culture.
The navigation above under Art Courses and the thumbnails below will take you to all of the art courses currently available for anyone who wishes to study an art course with the London Art College worldwide.
Illustration and Visual Media is not defined by a medium, material or style, but fuelled by a desire to communicate by whatever means are appropriate, be they sculptural, typographic, photographic, filmic, print based or a combination of all of these.
Succeed as an original and innovative illustrator in fashion or related fields through developing your artistic talent and acquiring relevant professional, academic, and business skills.
The BA Illustration course promotes the hybrid area of multidisciplinary practice, moving between traditional illustration and contemporary graphic communication.
Visual essays for a digital world.
Illustrators are among the most flexible, versatile artists. They interpret stories.
Provides you with the rare opportunity to combine illustration with animation, developing yourself as a visual communicator at home in a wide range of professional contexts.
A 2005 interview with illustrator Marc Rosenthal by Norman Rockwell Museum for the exhibition, "The Art of 'The New Yorker': Eighty Years in the Vanguard."
MICA's BFA in Illustration fosters an understanding of the dynamic field today and urges students to shape its future.
The illustration program teaches students how to create pictorial interpretations of ideas or narratives for reproduction in print, electronic, and time-based media.