“Whatever Tony Palladino creates, it exudes style, beauty and a personal statement. Whether it’s a poster, a painting, a book jacket, a sculpture, a print ad or a television spot, the uniquely ubiquitous Palladino touch is always present and accounted for”. – Art Director’s Club.
I look forward to starting a graphic design class with Tony Palladino this Thursday. I’m beyond excited, I’m thrilled! He’s a true legend. We are so lucky at the School of Visual Arts Continuing Education Graphic Design program that such acclaimed great graphic designers like Paula Scher, Carin Goldberg, Tony Palladino and Louise Fili are teaching us.
Tony Palladino has an immeasurable wealth of talent. The joy he’s brought to all who have experienced it is proof he knows what to do with it. His very own special light from within continues to illuminate and enlighten the design world. Continue reading
Last Tuesday The School of Visual Arts presented “ADVERTISING and DESIGN PORTFOLIO” showcase of the portfolio works by the Advertising and Design majors at the School of Visual Arts. The students were asked to submit ads, campaigns, designs, motion graphics and 3-D work.
The event is being held at the Art Directors Club, March 26 through April 5, 2013, 106 West 29th Street. If you live in NYC, I’d strongly suggest you go and see it because it would give you not only a perspective of what the other students do, but also to see what pieces they would be including in their portfolios to apply for a real job after the graduation. It definitely helps you to understand what you are up against. Continue reading
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