Dalvero Academy members Danielle McManus, Rosa Lee and Sara Dilliplane (pictured, left to right) announce the launch of their professional website – the 1104 Studio!
Visit the site here: www.the1104studio.com. There you will see their illustrations, design, photography, fine arts and textile work – some terrific stuff!
Congratulations and we wish you much success with it!!
Dalvero student Cassandra Berger has recently illustrated two books for Nick Jr. and Noggin. The cover above is for the book, “Let’s Find Colors”, the one below is for the book “Bengal Tiger”. She is currently working on a series called Wonder Pets and these books are just a part of her involvement.
Congratulations Cassandra – keep up the good work!!
(All artwork copyright 2008 by Cassandra Berger. Please do not use without permission.)
Brett Affrunti, a recent Pratt graduate and Dalvero student, has just had his first editorial illustration published. The above piece was done for an article titled, “Maximizing the Mobile”, in Washington CEO magazine. Congratulations, Brett, terrific job!
I recently discovered this great site for viewing commercials and ads from around the world. Some of it is free to view, so I wondered if it would make a good post for the Dalvero blog? You can also see what agencies are doing what!
Dizzy from Drawing,
Author and illustrator Laura Vila will read her new picture book about the history of Manhattan, titled Building Manhattan, and lead a creative art activity for children. Laura will also sign copies of her beautiful tribute to the famous island.
when: Wednesday, July 23 at 3pm
where: Book Culture: 536 W. 112th St., Manhattan telephone: 212-865-1588
Welcome to the blog site of the Dalvero Academy!
We invite current students, former students, and friends of the academy to send us news of their accomplishments in the field of graphic communication to be posted. We hope you will also send us links to other blogs and web resources to post, so that this blog can be a resource and digital meeting place for all of you.
Stay tuned for more postings!