Join us, as Guy Billout shares his work and process in storytelling for our second micro-workshop for the 350.org climate change project! Guy Billout is an internationally renowned artist and illustrator whose aesthetic style is clean and spare, usually incorporating wonderful ironic elements. His work has been featured in Atlantic Monthly and he has been a consistent contributor to The New Yorker. In addition, his client list history includes: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Oprah, Travel & amp; Leisure, Business Week, Fortune, Time. His awards include: Hamilton King and The New York Times ten best illustrated children’s books.
Coordinator Wendy Popp will moderate the session’s discussion and brainstorming on sequential narratives and editorial imagery. Please contact email@example.com for additional information. Bring your sketchbook and/or laptop! (Snacks provided!)
Thursday, February 16, 2017 Room 1104 2 West 13th Street 3:00 – 3:50
In our dynamic world, art reflects conditional reality, and design contributes to further development of global societies. At Parsons School of Design, rigorous practice and critical scholarship prepares students to become leading agents of commentary and change.
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