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Steven Guarnaccia interviewed!

Parsons Illustration Chair Steven Guarnaccia was recently interviewed by 36pages.com for a write-up about his most recent book Three Little Pigs.  Here’s a snippet:

Clearly a design aficionado, Guarnaccia sets out to pay homage to some of his heroes. “My goal was to introduce children to everyday, albeit extraordinary, design. They’re taught the names of authors and fine artists from an early age, but the applied arts are often overlooked.”

The book is a retelling of the original story except the pigs are famous architects Frank Lloyd Wright, Philip Johnson and Frank Gehry. It’s chock-full of design references and iconic work by the pigs and others like Noguchi, Saarinen, Starck, Sottsass, and many more.

You can read the whole article and see more images here.

Nora Krug’s new book at MoCCA


Join full-time faculty member Nora Krug at this year’s MoCCA Comic Festival for the release of her book, Red Riding Hood Redux, published by the Belgian graphic novel publisher Bries (www.bries.be). The story, a retelling of the original Red Riding Hood tale, was published in a set of five books, each representing one of the characters from the original tale.

69th Regiment Armory
68 Lexington Avenue, between 25th and 26th Streets

June 6th and 7th, 11am-6pm

$10 per day
$15 per weekend
MoCCA Members: $10 per weekend

Parsons Illustration will have a table and a half at MoCCA so make sure to come check out Nora’s new book as well as other student work and information about the program!

Congrats to Nora!